Buzz to take honours at Kempton

Buzz to take honours at Kempton


London: Buzz can scoop a big pot for a Monday in the #75,000 32Red Middle Distance Series Final Handicap at Kempton tomorrow.

Hughie Morrison’s charge earned his stripes for this race with two wins at the Sunbury track during the summer and has been equally adept on turf.

Successful in a competitive contest at Newbury in September, the four-year-old grey ran a fine race in the November Handicap at Doncaster to finish fifth behind the impressive Royal Line.

Hopefully nine days will have been long enough for Buzz to be bouncing again in time for this valuable race.

Silver River only made his debut last month, but is already making up for lost time with third place on his debut followed by a victory, both over 2400m.

It is noticeable Godolphin are persevering with the former French-trained gelding and Saeed bin Suroor’s son of Tamayuz can double up in the 32Red On The App Store Novice Stakes.

Isomer ran well when only beaten 0.5 lengths by Pactolus over this 1600m trip six weeks ago and Andrew Balding’s four-year-old can go one better in the 100% Profit Boost At Handicap.

Local History made a perfectly respectable start to her racing career at Yarmouth last month and James Tate’s youngster should build on that in the Bet At Fillies’ Novice Auction Stakes.

The Richard Hannon-trained Rum Runner is interesting trying the all-weather for the first time in the 32Red Casino Handicap. He ran a bit better than fourth place might suggest at Ascot on his latest start in an amateur riders’ race.

Authorized Too looks capable of getting in the mix for the Handicap, after what was a promising return from well over a year off at Haydock. That was in very testing ground and he was won around here before.

Bermeo can maintain his successful streak in the Free Tips Daily On Handicap Chase at Plumpton.

The Johnny Farrelly-trained seven-year-old has landed staying races at Newton Abbot, Worcester and Fontwell. He does not appear to have been harshly treated by the assessor and can continue to go from strength to strength.
Risk And Roll crashed out as the first fence at Carlisle this month, but is worth another chance in the Heart, Turn Up The Feel Good Chase.

Paul Nicholls’ runner had previously finished second on his first attempt over fences and might be a little wiser for the experience now.

Abbeygrey was unfortunate to run into a fair performer at Ludlow last month but performed with credit to take second place.

That was his first run for 218 days and the nine-year-old can go one better in the Major Bar Handicap Chase at Hereford.

This is a replacement fixture for Leicester which was abandoned due to unseasonably fast ground and presents a good opportunity for Abbeygrey’s Welsh trainer Evan Williams.

Cougar Kid came from 161-day day break last week to fill third spot, only 1.75 lengths behind the winner, World Premier.

John O’Shea’s seven-year-old has won twice at this track and could prove tough to beat in the Handicap Hurdle as long as those exertions have not left their mark.

Grey Diamond can sparkle over a longer distance in the Novices’ Hurdle.

A staying-on fourth over 3200m on his jumps debut at Bangor three weeks ago, the Alan King-trained four-year-old can progress for that first effort.- Press Association.

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