The NAP of the Day with SportsLens horse racing experts on Wednesday, 12 January, is Exceling. He runs in the opening 6f sprint handicap on the All-Weather at Kempton (4:00). Richard Hannon’s filly looks the best value Bet of the Day at odds of 9/4.
Exceling, the only previous course and distance winner in the line-up, scored here three starts ago going away. Although 8lb higher in the weights, she retains plenty of scope for further progress. That Kempton form has been advertised since, so Exceling rates the NAP of the Day for 12 January. Read on as our tipsters explain why their latest Bet of the Day looks well worth a wager…
Why will NAP of the Day Exceling win?
A three-year-old daughter of Exceed And Excel, this filly has improved with racecourse experience. After finishing an unlucky three-quarters of a length third to the now 70-rated Better Half at Chelmsford on her fourth career start, Exceling scored off just 51 over course and distance in November when horse racing betting sites returned her at 4/1.
She travelled strongly in-behind the leaders under hold-up tactics, then made headway approaching the final furlong. Exceling then hit the front and ran on well and was clearly on top at the line. She looked value for plenty more than the winning margin of 1 1/2 lengths. The fourth home that day, Ringo Starlight, has since come out and scored himself at Southwell and now has an official rating of 63.
Again, that makes Exceling look well-treated off her own of 59. Although again unlucky in-running at Chelmsford when sixth on her penultimate start, she went down fighting by a neck when last in action. Exceling tried to give 5lb to Arlecchino’s Gift, a good effort at the weights. She also takes her racing well and turns out again eight days later here.
Sean Levey, who posted a respectable 14 per cent strike rate with his mounts at Kempton last year, now takes the ride for the first time. Exceling could well go one better, so a £25 punt on her returns £81.25 at her current price. If she can’t resume winning ways, then QuinnBet refunds 50% of losing stakes as a free bet up to £25 if punters place three qualifying sportsbook wagers.
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