One Trainer, Jockey And Horse To Follow At Kempton

Horse To Follow - Cold Front

Although a short price in the market, Cold Front for William Haggas looks to be the horse to beat in the Class 5 Maiden over six furlongs.

The three year old son of Lope De Vega has only had one start to date and went close finishing a strong second in a big fielded maiden at Newbury.

He is bound to come on for that run being much fitter and stronger and the progression that Haggas' horses have from their first runs is normally remarkable.

Trainer To Follow - Sir Michael Stoute

The master trainer Sir Michael Stoute has some nice entries ahead of racing at Kempton today and we believe he could pay to follow after making a good start at Newcastle yesterday.

After having two runners at Gosforth Park on Monday and gaining one winner and a second, his horses seem to be fit for their first runs and that is a huge thing to look for at this stage of the season.

Stoute has two runners today and both of them are currently favourite giving him a big chance in the market and now currently running at a 50% strike rate he should be followed.

Jockey To Follow - James Doyle

The Doyler is having his first three rides of the British flat season and the rider looks to have some big chances to get off the mark, especially with our horse to follow Cold Front.

James Doyle has a decent record at Kempton over the last 12 months running at a strike rate of 18.18% and from a £1 level stake gaining profit of £13.94.

From his three rides he one favourite, a second favourite and an outsider that all look to have hg chances throughout the day.