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We start at Bangor On Dee in Wales with an Abba inspired runner for Alan King. Punters will be having the time of their lives if this one comes in.
1.00 Bangor-On-Dee - The Glancing Queen
Alan King has always had a soft spot for the Glancing Queen, a mare he has described as "seriously good".
A winner of a Grade 2 bumper at Aintree during the National meeting, the direction of travel has always been chasing, with only a limited number of runs over hurdles, which saw a course win at Bangor in January.
King says the seven-year-old jumps well and the first time assignment as a chaser can see her prevail in this Class 1 event.
Tom Cannon gets the leg up and he'll be in the mood for a dance if The Glancing Queen wins this.
Donald McCain and Brian Hughes represent a lethal combination and the Could Be Trouble can go close in the search for a five timer.
2.00 Bangor-On-Dee - Painless Potter
Not a whole lot of experience in this maiden hurdle, so the three next to Painless Potter's name can come in handy.
That third place came last time out in a Kempton juvenile hurdle where Painless Potter may have got closer if not for a lost shoe.
The Alan King runner also comes with flat experience, having run at Goodwood, Ascot and Sandown.
Painless Potter can shape a win here with Tom Cannon up top.
Team Skelton are really beginning to fire with three wins in their last five and Book Of Secrets can do well on debut.
1.10 Exeter - I Am Maximus
Nicky Henderson's I Am Maximus has a spectacular scalp to his name, having beaten Dan Skelton's monster My Drogo in a 2020 bumper at Cheltenham.
Henderson has described the five-year-old by the Derby winning Authorised as a "very very nice horse" and you have to take him on his word on this one.
That Cheltenham form looks rock solid with not just the exciting My Drogo winning after chasing I Am Maximus home.
The horse named after the character in the film Gladiator can emerge victorious in combat here.
Philip Hobbs' Luttrell Lad looks a consistent sort for a top yard and can give I Am Maximus something to think about.
2.10 Exeter - Tulin
Paul Nicholls' autumn string are really starting to fire with a treble on Tuesday and Tulin can add to the tally.
A winner in France on the flat, Tulin looked a very smart recruit when winning on debut at Taunton by five and a half lengths.
A second at Kempton in a Class 1 novices' hurdle at Kempton sets Tulin up for this Class 3 at Exeter with the four-year-old capable of progression.
Tom George's course and distance winning Fanfan De Seuil has been campaigned in France and can go close upon settling back in Britain.
6.30 Kempton - Rainbow Colours
This Dark Angel filly is an improver and won nicely last time out over the six furlong distance at Ripon.
Mark Johnston's two-year-old also has all-weather form to her name having finished a respectable second behind subsequent winner Space Cowboy at Wolverhampton.
A typical front runner for Johnston, Rainbow Colours is capable of making all the running and, if in the right mood, may take some stopping.
Joe Fanning gets the ride as expected and Rainbow Colours can light up a dank night at Kempton.
Wild Mountain from the Paul and Oliver Cole yard may be an immovable object if building on the last time out win over course and distance.
7.00 Kempton - Candleford
This William Haggas runner was the centre of a furore three races back when disqualified after his trainer forgot to add the weight cloth.
Yet while Candleford isn't dripping in class, he definitely has something about him, being a son of Kingman and placing third in the Old Rowley Cup at Newmarket in October.
There was perhaps not enough pace last time out at Kempton where Candleford stayed on for third when a beaten favourite.
This is the perfect chance to register a win and to get back on track.
Andrew Balding's Coltrane didn't get home in the Cesarewitch last time out but should still have enough to go close at Kempton.