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Yasir set to cause a stir at Kempton

Yasir is one to follow as he makes his handicap bow and tries the all-weather for the first time at Kempton.

Saeed bin Suroor is really ringing the changes in switching the three-year-old from maiden company in the Bet At bluesq.com On Your Mobile Handicap on the Polytrack.

The Dynaformer colt has hardly been disgraced in three maiden starts, finishing fourth on his racecourse bow in August before just failing when given too much to do at Folkestone.

Punters obviously took the view he was desperately unlucky that day as he went off an odds-on favourite at Ripon last time.

However, Yasir let down his supporters on that occasion, finishing a neck second after being held up early on over 12 furlongs.

That distance seemed to suit and he goes again over the trip here, with a mark of 79 not looking too harsh at this stage.

Pat Phelan's horses have been running well and ERMYN FLYER can put up another good show in the Win Thousands of Sports Tickets At bluesq.com Nursery.

This filly is no world-beater but she has turned in some fair-placed efforts on her two most recent starts.

Bin Suroor can also hit the target with ASAID in the British Stallion Studs Supporting British Racing EBF Maiden Stakes at Brighton.

Tried in a visor for the first time at Wolverhampton, he tried to dictate the race from a poor draw, leaving him at the mercy of an unexposed improver of Sir Michael Stoute's in Tonnerre.

Asaid is not one of the Godolphin leading lights but should be good enough to take this moderate event.

TIMPANIST did not enjoy the rub of the green at the seaside venue last month, but compensation awaits in the Ricky Hatton Here 9th November Handicap.

She did not see much room two furlongs out and was only half a length behind winner Olney Lass at the post, so can be rated better than the bare form.

SIVOLA DE SIVOLA was highly tried last term but after winning at Perth in April, he can add another victory in the John Crabbies Cloudy Ginger Beer Novices' Hurdle at Uttoxeter.

Runner-up behind subsequent Aintree winner Spirit Son, trainer Tom George then pitched him into Grade Two company at Cheltenham.

He was never able to get in a blow at Prestbury Park, but having dropped back in class, subsequently won at Perth.

RAINY CHAMPION has been soundly beaten in two starts so far, but with experience under his belt he can get his act together in Wincanton's Bathwick Tyres Juvenile Maiden Hurdle.