Si Senor can cash-in on class drop at Kempton

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Si Senor caught the eye last time out and is strongly fancied at 7/2 to land the 5.10 at Kempton today now dropped in class.

Ed Vaughan’s gelding is a three-time winner over course and distance, with the last of those coming in a class 4 contest where he won unextended on the bridle by 3/4 of a length off a mark of 79.

He got put up to 88 for the victory but ran well off his revised mark when fifth of 18 to Tigers Tales in a class 2 contest over course and distance.

The four-year-old has since had just three starts this year, and shaped as if his time was near last time out when finishing a never nearer eighth of 16 to Georgian Bay in a valuable class 2 contest over course and distance when not getting the run of the race.

Si Senor has since been dropped 2lb to a mark of 85, and that gives him major claims on the pick of his form now piched back down into class 4 company – the same as when last successful.

Daily Sport recommended bet: 3pts win Si Senor (7/2 bet365, BetVictor, Paddy Power – BOG)


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