Paul Ferguson has one selection for us on Friday; Night Song in the Kempton 20:20. Compare odds and bet.
The 7f conditions contest at Kempton on Friday evening looks a decent match up between two potentially smart juvenile fillies.
Sound Reflection heads the market on the back of her impressive debut success on the July Course and, though she clocked a quicker time, marginal preference at the prices is for Night Song (8:20) who also looked a useful prospect when winning at HQ last month.
The daughter of Oasis Dream swept wide and late to score for John Gosden and she ought to have learned plenty, for that initial racecourse experience.
The two newcomers will have to be pretty good indeed to beat this pair on debut and Night Song was a best price 11/8 overnight (Paddy Power) with the Godolphin runner chalked up as their 8/11 favourite.
8:20 Kempton: Night Song; 11/8 Paddy Power
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