Leicester Horse Racing Tips – Best Bets On Monday, November 15
Leicester Horse Racing Tips – Monday November 19
There are only two meetings in Britain on Monday and one of them takes place over jumps at Leicester. Top trainers including Dan Skelton, Jonjo O’Neill and Alan King all saddle runners while Sam Twiston-Davies, Tom Scudamore and Bryony Frost are some of the leading jockeys ready to display their skills. We’ve picked out our four best Leicester Horse Racing Tips to hopefully keep you in the money.
Credo (1.00 Leicester)
This mares’ novice hurdle looks particularly open with some point-to-point graduates and a few having their first run over hurdles after competing in bumpers. But our selection is Credo, who clearly has plenty of ability after winning a point and two bumpers last season.
Anthony Honeyball’s runner has one run over hurdles under her belt when attempting to make all at Uttoxeter last month and faded badly late on but that track may not have suited given her two bumper wins came at Plumpton and Fontwell.
She faces contenders from some top yards but her previous hurdles experience will stand her in good stead.
Peckinpah (1.30 Leicester)
Peckinpah represents Alan King and this five-year-old has run at some of the country’s premier jumps tracks, including Doncaster and Kempton in his four career hurdle starts.
He got too far back on his last start at Taunton, with the race not run to suit and he made eyecatching late headway to finish eight lengths behind the winner in fourth. This looks a far weaker race than the hurdles he’s contested lately and he should have enough ability to win one of these.
Angels Landing (3.00 Leicester)
Rated 67 on the Flat and winner of a 1m2f handicap at Kempton, Angels Landing made a pleasing enough transition to hurdles when third on her debut over jumps at Ludlow earlier this month.
That juvenile hurdle is working out particularly well with the fifth-placed Boulette, who finished six lengths behind Angels Landing, subsequently winning a similar race at Fontwell.
That suggests that Angels Landing can pick up this race and he looks good value to beat the David Pipe-trained pair of Kalzari and Macha.
Rabski (3.30 Leicester)
In a handicap confined to conditional jockeys, Rabski can provide Jonjo O’Neill with his sixth winner in the last fortnight by taking this open handicap hurdle.
The five-year-old probably ran a career-best when runner-up at Newton Abbot last time and he would have probably won were it not for being hampered by a rival falling at the penultimate hurdle.
Kevin Brogan is one of the better, more experienced riders in this field and he should be able to guide his mount to a first victory since a win in a Ffos Las bumper on his debut in October 2020