The final race on the card at Kempton on Wednesday is a 2m handicap for four-year-olds rated 45-55.

By all accounts, this isn’t going to be a strong race.

You can make a case for plenty of runners at the head of the betting, but I think it’s worth chancing Ignatius from the very in-form John Best yard.

Best has saddled four winners from his previous six runners. The horse isn’t the most prolific, but he did win at Nottingham last year and this step back up in trip to 2m could be the key to getting him back into the winner’s enclosure.

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