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Charm can bring Lee luck at Kempton

GRAHAM LEE'S booking for Triple Charm suggests another big run in the 32Bonus Handicap at Kempton.

Jeremy Noseda's filly defied top weight over course and distance in August and was a shade unfortunate not to overcome a 5lb higher mark next time out.

The handicapper has left her alone and she can go close in what looks a decent race.

Lee also partners Hint Of Promise who, if she learns to settle better, can pick up a modest race, starting with the 32RedBet.com Median Auction Maiden Stakes.

Her latest start when beaten just over two lengths at Wolverhampton was her best effort yet, particularly as she took a keen hold.

Into Wain is one to keep on the right side of for now and should take a leading role in the 32Red Handicap with Ertikaan standing out on ratings in the 32RedBingo.com Claiming Stakes.

William Jarvis might have a useful colt for the winter season in Embankment, who goes in division one of the 32Red Casino Handicap.

Formerly with Amanda Perrett for the Juddmonte operation, he was snapped up at the sales for 40,000 guineas.

With just the two career starts he is open to lots of improvement and looked like he might do better still when getting on top close to home to win at Windsor.

Thoresby will appreciate the test of stamina in the bet365 Novices' Handicap Hurdle at Hereford.

The Ben Case-trained gelding finished strongly from a long way back at Ascot to be third and this is more his cup of tea.

Swincombe Flame has her second try over fences in the European Breeders' Fund/ Thoroughbred Breeders' Association Mares' Novices' Chase at Wincanton.

Rosairlie looks improved and Micky Hammond will hope to take the spoils in the Direct 365 Janitorial Solutions Handicap Hurdle at Market Rasen.