December 1 Racing Tips and Odds: Siskany can skip off with it for Appleby at Kempton

It’s December 1 and Planet Sport have some freshly wrapped presents of picks at Lingfield, Haydock and Kempton. The boys in blue of Godolphin are ready to open their gifts early.

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Desert Lime (11.50 Lingfield)

Kings Joy (15.00 Lingfield)

Another Brown Bear (13.15 Haydock)

A Different Kind (14.20 Haydock)

Siskany  (17.30 Kempton)

Imperium (18.00 Kempton)

To Lingfield to begin and a fruity pick for George Boughey. Not sure how many limes actually grow in the desert but this one looks ripe for the win.

11.50 Lingfield - Desert Lime

George Boughey is making in-roads in Newmarket and has a zesty chance with Desert Lime at Lingfield.

Campaigned exclusively so far on the all-weather, the three-year-old filly made it a winning third start at Lingfield last time out in a six furlong sprint.

Desert Lime had previously finished third at Newcastle over this seven furlong distance but didn't get much luck in running and can expect to do much better here.

Boughey's Sepoy filly can prove to be an oasis in the Polytrack sand at Lingfield.

Kevin Philippart De Foy's Shomoukh can do better with some experience under her belt in opposition.

15.00 Lingfield - Kings Joy

The famous black, white and red Oppenheimer colours come with real clout after being carried on the likes of Golden Horn and Cracksman.

Diamond dealer Anthony Oppenheimer can have another gem with this daughter of leading sire Kingman, trained by John and Thady Gosden.

The well-bred filly leans on the Gosdens' American bloodstock knowledge with the useful sire Bernadini in the dam's bloodline.

Kings Joy has the potential to bring a smile to punters' faces on the way to better things under Robert Havlin.

Godolphin's New Approach filly Carnival Girl has it in her to prove more than a sideshow after a debut fourth at Newmarket.

13.15 Haydock - Another Brown Bear

James Bowen has taken the reins for Nicky Henderson with stable jockey Nico De Boinville out injured and he has a chance to claim another win for Seven Barrows at Haydock.

Another Brown Bear looks to be going the way of a win after finishing second at Ludlow on November 4.

That staying on second to Current Mood who went on to place in a valuable race at Cheltenham suggests the step up to three miles and the step down to Class 4 should suit.

Another Brown Bear should get his claws into this one.

Donald McCain's Dedanser can put up a stiff fight with the added benefit of leading Northern jockey Brian Hughes.

14.20 Haydock - A Different Kind

This is a really apt name for the Donald McCain horse which has won its last three races by a combined 40 lengths.

All came at Northern jumps track Sedgefield with the Doyen gelding obliterating the field on each occasion.

A snip in trip offers the chance to get the job done even quicker for McCain and safe pair of hands Brian Hughes.

A Different Kind may not prevail by double figures but should have enough to put this one to bed for the four-timer.

The in-form Venetia Williams may give A Different Kind his sternest test yet in a higher class with Green Book under Ladbrokes Trophy winning jockey Charlie Deutsche.

Kempton 17.30 - Siskany

Charlie Appleby looks to have a blooming good chance in the Unibet Wild Flower Stakes at Kempton with the capable Siskany.

The three-year-old took the Old Rowley Cup at Newmarket on his penultimate start, beating a field of 15 over the one mile, four furlong trip.

That win came under top jockey William Buick who gets this ride and Siskany has the class to make light work of this all-weather listed race.

Fox Tal is another classy sort by Sea The Stars for Andrew Balding and could well put up a strong show at Kempton.

Kempton 18.00 - Imperium

Roger Charlton's Imperium looked to be on a real hot streak before blotting his copybook at Newbury, finishing last in a valuable Class 2 on turf.

Yet, before that, the son of Frankel was on fire at Kempton with two wins on the bounce over extreme distances.

With talented jockey James Doyle on board, Imperium can get back to winning ways over two miles on the Polytrack and put another one next to the zero in his form.

Here and Now should be on the scene for Ralph Beckett after showing bits and bobs of form, including a nice distance win at York in 2018.

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