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Tuesday’s Racing Tip: Si Senor should relish returning to Kempton

Lewis Jones is back on the daily tipping shift after taking time out to post an ante-post piece for the St Leger yesterday. His eyes are focused on Kempton, where he’s following a horse that has seen plenty of money around this fine Tuesday morning. Lewis seems to think it’s very well placed…

Si Senor rates as a very decent wager around the 4/1 mark in the Follow @BetVictorRacing On Twitter Handicap at Kempton (7:00).

Ed Vaughan lightly raced charge, unlike most of rivals today, should relish the one mile trip having already won over the distance on the all-weather earlier this season.

He had been gelded and was making his handicap debut after five months off when winning at Kempton, gradually working his way into contention out wide and responded well to pressure to land a gamble stepped up to 1m. This son of Dansili is well connected on his dam’s side and has plenty of scope to improve right up the handicap even though he was beaten over seven furlongs the last we time we saw him in May.

He was engaged up at Windsor last week when our money was down but he was pulled out on the state of the ground which had become too soft. That looks a shrewd move by Vaughan, who looks to have found his charge a very winnable opportunity on his favoured surface.

MONDAY’S TIP (KEMPTON)

His mark is very workable for his turf debut and Vaughan usually has a good handle on his horses in terms of if they are well handicapped or not. This one surely is.

The selection hasn’t been seen for 94 days but that shouldn’t be an issue as his record suggests he is at his best when fresh.

He looks the most likely so the 4/1 available rates as a juicy bit of value. Get on with two point win strake.

Elsewhere in the racing world and jockey Jim Crowley has quit his job as stable jockey to Ralph Beckett with immediate effect in order to ride as a freelance: the timing suggests a falling out between both parties has taken place.

Crowley was quick to deny those claims though, saying: “There certainly hasn’t been a falling out, but after five years as stable jockey I’ve decided to go freelance. I’d like to thank Ralph, the owners and the staff for all their support, and for giving me the opportunity to ride some lovely horses.”

Profit and Loss Record P/L:+84.77

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