September 22 Racing Tips: Random Harvest to make hay at Kempton

Five out of six tips rattled in on Tuesday and Planet Sport are more than happy to tempt fate with some more picks at Perth, Goodwood and Kempton on Wednesday, September 22.

There's an Italian coastal vibe at Perth plus we've gone farmyard at Kempton. Twit twoo.

Here's a quick click guide to Wednesday's tips. Just click on the selections to place a wager with Planet Sport Bet.

Island Mahee (1.52 Perth)

Migration (2.52 Goodwood)

Amalfi Doug (3.35 Perth)

Curtiz (4.02 Goodwood)

Random Harvest (5.15 Kempton)

Barn Owl (7.15 Kempton)

1.52 Perth - Island Mahee

Experience around Perth's peculiar terrain always comes in handy and Island Mahee was a solid second last time out at the Scottish jumps venue.

The Crawford brothers send Island Mahee from their Antrim base in Northern Ireland, with the horse named after an island South-East of Belfast.

There's no reason that Island Mahee should be cut adrift in this two miles, four furlong novices' hurdle though, not placing out of the top three in as many of the mare's last races.

Owner Miss Hamilton also sends stablemate Ailie Rose in the purple silks but Island Mahee looks the first string and ready to turn the second into a first at Perth off a workable mark.

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3.35 Perth - Amalfi Doug

No idea of the provenance of the name of this Keith Dalgleish runner, perhaps Doug is a big fan of holidays to Ravello, but the gelding will certainly not be coasting at Perth.

Still going strong at the grand age of 11, Amalfi Doug is a course specialist, winning seven times at Perth and recording two victories this summer.

A winner last time out over course and distance, Amalfi Doug has 2019-20 Champion Jump Jockey Brian Hughes up top, which can only be seen as a further plus.

Capable of making all the running, Amalfi Doug backers can start the kitty for next year's Italian holiday with a small wager on this hardy veteran.

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2.52 Goodwood - Migration

This race is off two minutes after 2.50 and Migration has won two on the bounce.

David Menuisier sounds like a Dad's Army actor but there was nothing sedate about the gelding's win at Tuesday's track Goodwood on his penultimate start.

The five year-old did the business over course and distance on heavy going in a valuable handicap at Glorious Goodwood and then showed his versatility with a good ground win at York's Ebor meeting.

This son of July Stakes winner Alhebayeb has the potential to register a hat-trick under Champion Jockey chasing Will Buick and the main chance of migration happening is punters moving to the bookies to collect their winnings.

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4.02 Goodwood - Curtiz

A consistent performer, Curtiz is chasing the four-timer and has the luxury of the Champion flat jockey elect Oisin Murphy.

The Hughie Morrison trained four year-old has notched a hat-trick in August and early September on distances around the mile mark.

First came a neck win at Ffos Las, then a solid five lengths success at Epsom before he followed up at the Derby track with an odds-on, two and a half lengths win over Top Class Angel.

Stepping up to Class 4, Curtiz faces one of his toughest tasks yet but has all the momentum and guts you need to take this Goodwood test.

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5.15 Kempton - Random Harvest

Ed Walker's three year-old was a game as you like first time out winner at Yarmouth at a price of 33/1.

That plum win in the maroon Lady Bamford colours saw a duel with Dancing To Win at the Norfolk track that Walker's charge always had in the bag.

Lady Bamford had a good winner at Beverley on Tuesday with Golden War and can continue her purple patch with this own bred daughter of solid American sire War Front.

The swerve from 33/1 outsider to short priced favourite shows the seriousness the bookies are taking Random Harvest's chances on the all-weather.

Random Harvest can prove the cream of the crop over a mile here.

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7.15 Kempton - Barn Owl

It'll be a hoot if this Roger Charlton trained colt swoops for a win in the one mile three furlong contest.

James Doyle will be wearing the same blue and yellow Rothschild silks of the great Nathaniel but this three-year old was sired by the king of them all, Frankel.

Never out of the first two in his last four starts, Barn Owl picked off the opposition to win at Ripon and in the Silver Cup at Beverley while also registering a couple of seconds at Sandown and back at Ripon.

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With a manageable weight this Old Rowley Cup entrant should prep for a speculative heritage handicap date at Newmarket in October with a light as a feather success.

A bet on this owl is a particularly wise choice.

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