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Kempton Park Racecourse, Sunbury-on-Thames, UK. 27th Dec, 2018. 32Red Winter Festival Horse Racing, day 2; Adrien Du Pont ridden by Harry Cobden on the way to winning the fifth race the 32RedCom Handicap Chase Credit: Action Plus Sports/Alamy Live News

PREVIEW | Monday’s Jumps action at Kempton

Dominic Chapman

Dominic Chapman

April 19, 2021

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Seven races line-up on the evening card for Kempton on Monday, with several interesting contenders heading to the Surrey-based track.

Olly Murphy’s Ginstrelli won at 33/1 on his reappearance at Doncaster last month and is aiming to land a second victory of the year in the Vbet Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle, while consistent performers Chez Hans and Tremwedge also holding entries in the opening contest.

Adrien Du Pont will be searching for his second win in the Open Hunters’ Chase for Paul Nicholls, while stablemate Favourito Buck’s could make his hunter chase debut here.

Race action at Kempton starts on 4:50pm

The Vbet Supports British Racing Novices’ Hurdle sees a quintet of previous winners go up against each other with Lord Baddesley, Confirmation Bias, Alborkan, Casa Loupi and Samarrive all winning last time out.

The progressing Armattiekan heads the Get Great Odds At Vbet Handicap Chase while the Nicky Henderson duo of Patroclus and Grand Mogul line-up in the Gamble Responsibly With Vbet “National Hunt” Novices’ Hurdle.

Nicky Henderson reading a racecard at the Cheltenham Festival at Cheltenham Racecourse in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
Nicky Henderson’s Captain Morgs heads the market for the 6:50pm contest

Fergal O’Brien’s Templepark and Nicholls’ Saint De Reve hold entries in the Join Vbet Handicap Chase and the likes of Switch Hitter and Champagne Mystery feature in the final contest, the Vbet Best Odds Guaranteed Handicap Hurdle.

WATCH: TEMPLEPARK HEADS TO KEMPTON THIS EVENING AS TRAINER FERGAL O’BRIEN BIDS FOR A CENTURY OF WINNERS THIS SEASON [CREDIT: RACING TV]

An action-packed evening for jumps fans to sink their teeth in.

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