Every WEATHER fan have a delicious card at Kempton to anticipate on Wednesday. 

The 32Red Handicap more than two-miles is the element challenge at 6.40, with £15,000 available for anyone. Our man Jack Keene has investigated and concocted a tip. 

Before you stall out into the element race at Kempton, look at the tenderfoot stakes at 4.40. 

On paper, it looks one of the most blazing two-year-old warms of the winter, with a few well-reared types, including a stepbrother to Thunder Snow, taking to the track. 

Be that as it may, back to the headliner which sees nine gifted stayers clash. 

The loads are going by Amanda Perrett’s Platitude, who sports a first-time hood as he offers to snap a 12-race losing run. 

There’s no questioning his ability; he’s Group 3-set and tasted accomplishment at Listed level, while his latest triumph fell off 102 (runs here off 95) at Goodwood in May a year ago. 

Be that as it may, a general record of three successes from 28 beginnings reveals to you he isn’t the most direct, and on ongoing proof there is an unavoidable issue mark over his craving to get his head in front. 

The Perrett yard have a substantially more evident applicant as delicately hustled four-year-old Astromachia. 

He is 3-3 over this outing and he recorded his second prevail upon C&D when scoring here on 30 October. 

He was well on top at the line that day, yet he was the recipient of a vigilant ride in a relentlessly run race, and a 6lb ascent in more grounded organization requests a stage up. 

The child of Sea The Stars could well be fit for taking the ascent in class in his walk, yet at the costs limited inclination is for Kempton pro ALL YOURS. 

He has been an a good representative for mentor Sean Curran under the two codes and has won on every one of the three beginnings on the AW at this scene. 

In fact, his last triumph came in the significant Middle Distance Final, where he pushed out some helpful entertainers. 

He is a triumphant hurdler, sees 1m4f out emphatically and is a relative to forceful stayer Lac Fontana, so the progression back up to 2m is no issue as I would like to think. 

Additionally, there is a decent possibility this could get strategic, so with his demonstrated center separation pace he could demonstrate ridiculously hot for a portion of these. 

A sign of 89 still looks entirely functional – you can excuse him his destruction at Wolves last time and he will be a lot more joyful back here – and the booking of Adam Kirby is a reward. 

Keen Champion drops in grade following a decent second in the Cesarewitch preliminary, however he watches an outright galloper and this mightn’t demonstrate a sufficient test. 

Rainbow Dreamer and Western Duke are both intensely weighted, however this prize can go to the most seasoned steed in the line-up.