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Welsh Sunrise receives the nap vote in the Betdaq £50 Free Bet Fillies' Handicap at Kempton.

Welsh Sunrise receives the nap vote in the Betdaq £50 Free Bet Fillies' Handicap at Kempton.

Stuart Williams' four-year-old has already won twice at the Sunbury circuit and must have a sound chance in this seven-furlong affair. Much optimism can be derived from her recent visit to Wolverhampton on December 1, when she finished fourth behind Boogangoo.

The daughter of Vita Rosa was only beaten a length and a half, with the form having since been given a lift by the subsequent victory of runner-up Bint Dandy.

Welsh Sunrise remains just 3lb higher than when she won well over Kempton's six furlongs in February, while the reappointment of Graham Gibbons should be considered a good thing.

Temple Road was a shade unfortunate at Lingfield a few weeks ago but he is worthy of support in the Win £10,000,000 On The Betdaq Colossus Handicap.

Milton Bradley's six-year-old made a tardy start in a six-furlong handicap at the Surrey venue and found himself in an uncompromising position from thereon in.

That said, connections must have been content by the fact Temple Road managed to take fourth place after he expended a lot of energy early on.

Compton Prince, a course and distance winner in December 2012, is seemingly coming back to hand following a clutch of good efforts this autumn.

He is also now back on the same mark off which he won at Lingfield earlier in the year. It could be a good day for Bradley, with Compton Prince a name to consider for the Unibet Handicap at Lingfield. The five-year-old chestnut also looks well treated on his Lingfield-winning form in February and wound up for this race with a fair third over six furlongs at Kempton.

Before that, Compton Prince was a slightly unlucky loser over this six-furlong trip after he endured frightful scrimmaging on more than one occasion.

Newbury has admittedly staged better cards, but Kaki De La Pree catches the eye in the CSP Novices' Limited Handicap Chase.

Runner-up in a Grade Two novice hurdle last term, the seven-year-old should be a lot fitter than on his chasing bow at Exeter in November, when he was not given a hard time to finish third.

Trainer Tom Symonds must have been deeply satisfied by the way he tackled the fences in Devon before he understandably grew a little tired late on.

Kaki De La Pree is likely to be an entirely different proposition in Berkshire.