Kieren Fallon, who rode three winners at Kempton on Sunday, can produce a repeat performance on the same course tomorrow evening.

The former champion jockey has been in tremendous form since returning from an 18-month suspension in September and is fast approaching his 50th winner since his return.

That half-century could well be landed tomorrow when his fancied mounts include a filly who has made the long journey to Kempton from North Yorkshire.

Brierty, trained at Sledmere by Declan Carroll, was a winner at York in July. She is a pretty capable customer on her day and there was plenty to like about her recent outing over this course and distance when she finished fifth, beaten only three lengths by the winner Earlsmedic.

Brierty has every chance of stepping up on that performance and, with Fallon in the saddle, she is plainly not one to overlook in the Kia Soul Handicap over six furlongs.

Fallon, who has strong North Yorkshire links, having launched his career in Britain with the late Jimmy FitzGerald in Norton in the 1980s, can also win on Blue Lyric and Satwa Gold.

The former, trained by Luca Cumani, was a winner over this course and distance just a week ago.

That victory was achieved by four lengths from Admiral Cochrane, and it is no surprise that Cumani is running her again, before she is re-handicapped, under a 6lb penalty.

Satwa Gold was also a recent Kempton scorer. That success came in a claiming race, which he won in pleasing style to gain his second win in his last three starts.

The in-form Ed Dunlop-trained three-year-old can strike again in the digibet Casino Handicap.

In the opening Apprentice Handicap, Topcroft is sportingly napped to lift this modest prize for trainer Derek Shaw.

A staying-on fifth of 11 runners over this course and distance on his latest start in September, Topcroft is equipped with a first-time visor tomorrow evening.

Lee Topliss, a capable rider, who is attached to Richard Fahey’s Malton yard, heads south to take the mount and his journey is not expected to be in vain.

Jumps action takes place at Catterick tomorrow and while we will take a closer look at the card in tomorrow’s paper when we will be able to bring you full runners and riders, it is worth having a sneak preview at this seven-race card.

Simple Jim, a winner for James Hetherton and Roger Fell over hurdles at Southwell recently, went particularly well on this course on the Flat. He is noteworthy in the Richmondshire Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle.

Kudu Country, trained near Tadcaster by Tom Tate, ran out an easy winner on his jumping debut at Haydock. He promises to take plenty of beating in the Juvenile Novices’ Hurdle.

In the Streetham Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle, Alegralil looks sure to be a warm order. Donald McCain’s smart performer is unbeaten in two bumpers and a hurdle race, her latest success over timber coming at Towcester where she scored by 13 lengths.

Racing selections


6.50 Topcroft (NAP), 7.20 Light Sleeper, 7.50 Blue Lyric, 8.20 Satwa Gold, 8.50 Brierty, 9.20 Great Bounder.

Catterick (Selected races).

12.10 Simple Jim, 1.45 Kudu Country, 2.15 Alegralil.

• We will bring you declared runners and riders and a full preview of Catterick in tomorrow’s edition.

Tomorrow’s other meetings: Ayr and Plumpton.

Today’s meetings: Hereford (inspection 7.30am), Lingfield and Southwell.

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