Thoughts on Lisa’s Legacy at Kempton tomorrow night
Lisa’s Legacy is back in action in the 7.15 at Kempton tomorrow night (11th September). Richard Kingscote stays in the saddle for the mile and half handicap for three year olds. Lisa’s Legacy lost nothing in defeat to a well handicapped rival last time out, finishing six lengths clear of the third placed horse. It was his first attempt at a mile and half and the trip seemed to really play to his strengths. He ran well on the polytrack at Kempton earlier in the season when being forced to sit three wide for much of the race and ending up in third when running over a mile. He has had a lot of racing recently but seems to be absolutely thriving on it so lets hope he can put in another big effort.
The main danger would look to be Tenor who sports a tongue tie for the first time after an absence that hints a breathing issue may have been dealt with in the interim so a step up on already solid form would be no surprise. The extra distance should be no problem for Tenor either. Kastini could still be on the improve and will need to be to get competitive here. Of the remainder the handicap debutants may offer the most resistance, none of them look particularly well handicapped and perhaps Bossa Nova Baby who has had a longish break is the most likely to step up on previous form.
Lisa’s Legacy training earlier in the week