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One To Go can make up for Lingfield defeat at Wolverhampton

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CLOSE CALL: One To Go (right) is pipped by Crimewave at Lingfield last month. Pic: Mark Cranham

CLOSE CALL: One To Go (right) is pipped by Crimewave at Lingfield last month. Pic: Mark Cranham

Mark Cranham

CLOSE CALL: One To Go (right) is pipped by Crimewave at Lingfield last month. Pic: Mark Cranham

One To Go can make up for a game effort in defeat at Lingfield by scoring on his first run at Wolverhampton.

The four-year-old, trained by Archie Watson, made a gallant bid to make all the runni ng over a mile and a quarter, only to go down by a neck to Crimewave after battling it out all the way to the line. A similar run can surely see the Champs Elysees gelding get his head in front.

Dark Scimitar can get off the mark at the third attempt in the Ladbrokes "Play 1-2-Free" On Football Novice Stakes. The Marco Botti-trained three-year-old has shown ability in his two starts to date, most recently going down by a neck over this course and distance last month.

There was nothing wrong with that effort - and as long as John Gosden's newcomer Moohareeba is nothing too special, he should take a bit of beating, with Botti having a few winners of late.

Rocketeer makes plenty of appeal in the Ladbrokes Where The Nation Plays Handicap.

A front-running effort at Lingfield last time out only just failed, and this first try at both six furlongs and handicap company could do the trick.

Night Voyager also goes handicapping for the first time and should have his say in the Ladbrokes Football Acca Boosty Handicap.

Seen three times so far, the James Tate-trained runner has had to settle for second spot the last twice, but appears to be progressing with racing.

Fuchsia might be worth a look in the lucky last, the Betway Novice Median Auction Stakes.

The twice-raced James Fanshawe-trained filly was not disgraced here last month, having taken a fierce hold through the early stages before just losing third on the line.

If that has taken the freshness out of her, then she can go close against a field of mostly inexperienced rivals.

Enthaar won over Kempton's six furlongs six weeks ago and can repeat the trick in the Every Race Live On Racing TV Handicap. Stuart Williams' five-year-old had more in hand than the half-length verdict would suggest, after leading over a furlong out.

The handicapper has put the Sepoy gelding up 4lb, which seems fair.

Latent Heat can defy top weight in the Racing TV Handicap for trainer Tony Carroll.

KEMPTON: 1.55 Latent Heat, 2.30 Amir Kabir, 3.05 Toro Dorado, 3.40 Sparkling Diamond, 4.15 Enthaar, 4.50 Zack Mayo.

PLUMPTON: 2.00 Iconic Muddle, 2.35 Ted Bach, 3.10 Tambura, 3.45 Ruby Yeats, 4.20 Chivers, 4.55 Champion Chase.

STRATFORD: 2.10 The Pink'n, 2.45 Notre Ami, 3.20 Kapgarry, 3.55 Senior Citizen, 4.30 Esprit De Baileys, 5.05 Fixe Le Kap, 5.35 African Dance.

TAUNTON: 2.20 Stormy Flight, 2.55 Tegerek, 3.30 Royal Act, 4.05 Nineohtwooneoh, 4.40 The Two Amigos, 5.15 Costante Via, 5.50 Kilmington Rose.

WOLVERHAMPTON: 5.40 Dragon Sun, 6.10 ONE TO GO (NAP), 6.40 Night Voyager, 7.10 Dark Scimitar, 7.40 Rocketeer, 8.10 Fuchsia.

DOUBLE: One To Go and Dark Scimitar.