Wednesday's Kempton best bets and racing tips: Vino Victrix the safe option

The evening racing comes from the Polytrack at Kempton on Wednesday, July 6, and the Planet Sport tipsters have some cracking selections.

Here's a quick list of the selections from Kempton, you can get all the latest results and racecards by using the Planet Sport live centre.

17:10 (Kempton) Flaming Lord

17:45 (Kempton) Apache Spark

18:15 (Kempton) Golden Lyra

18:45 (Kempton) Vino Victrix

19:20 (Kempton) Anatomic

19:50 (Kempton) Rose's Girl

19:20 (Kempton) Silastar

20:50 (Kempton) Boasty

17:45 (Kempton) Apache Spark

Apache Spark can her debut run behind when she tackles the Unibet/British Stallion Studs EBF Fillies' Novice Stakes at Kempton Park.

She must have been showing a bit at home to go off favourite at Salisbury, but things did not pan out quite as hoped as she got a bit of a bump along the way on the wide outside and was ultimately one of those who found the winner Minnetonka too good.

The latter has gone to finish fourth in a Listed race at Newmarket, so there is every chance the Ralph Beckett filly bumped into one on the day. Frankie Dettori will do the steering at the Sunbury venue.

18:15 (Kempton) Golden Lyra

Golden Lyra should be far too good in the Unibet Horserace Betting Operator Of The Year Novice Stakes.

William Haggas' filly had the top-class Nashwa in third on her only two-year-old start and did not lose too much when second to a good one in Stay Alert on her return to action.

18:45 (Kempton) Vino Victrix

Red Royalist ran well over this course and distance on his last start on the level in March but has not made much impact over obstacles since, while Call My Bluff has been in excellent form on turf but his last run on the all-weather ended in a very heavy defeat at Southwell.

Perhaps it was Tapeta that was his undoing there as he is a previous course and distance winner, but a safer option could be Vino Victrix.

A winner when last tried over this trip, Hughie Morrison's charge has run respectably over 1m4f here the last twice and could be a tough nut to crack at this distance.

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