Loaders Lucky 15 – Huge multiple covering races at Hereford, Exeter and Wolverhampton on Thursday
Chris Loader combines four of his tips into this Lucky 15 on Thursday, featuring races at Hereford, Exeter and Wolverhampton on Thursday 19th December.
It was a great day on Monday, from my last EW Lucky 15 with Racing Tips where I yielded 7-4, 5-1 & 12-1 winners along with a 5-1 place. For the rest of this week I am in the hotseat between Thursday-Saturday as we approach the mini-break before the festive racing action. Today’s selections come from Exeter, Hereford & Wolverhampton.
Thursday’s Lucky 15
This mare could just come under the radar in our opening leg for trainer Matt Shepherd. The six-year-old makes her handicap debut off a mark of 95 which could be fair in this company. Despite being beaten by out of sight in her novice hurdles she has ran in some warm races that have been franked by the likes of The Big Breakaway & Deja Vue. Also its slightly strange that Shepherd never started her over three miles as shes ran many times in point-to-points over the distance and demonstrated her stamina by winning a couple of races. So moving up in trip appears to be a real positive. Moreover the trainer can do well with Mares in the colours of owner Tony Scriven which has been seen by the likes of The Bay Birch. I have a sneaky feeling that Getawayonewbay could go very close today.
Kiwi Myth has been running consistent races on her last couple of starts which has resulted in a victory at Fontwell and a third place on his most recent outing at Plumpton. The seven-year-old mare is a previous course and distance winner at the Devon track and is a strong stayer. Her rating of 86 still looks workable and she durable on any ground. With Michael Legg claiming a handy 5lbs I think she is the one to beat.
The son of Fleminsfirth has ran some creditable races since transferring to Robert Walford’s yard making the frame on his first two start over fences. Today this a weaker affair compared to some of his latest starts. Versatile ground wise and off a mark of 100 he should be the favourite for this race with is untapped potential in the chasing game.
Tulane has been frustrating for his backers on his last two starts after starting as favourite. The four-year-old made some eye-catching headway last time at Wolverhampton hinting that stepping up in trip could be the key. Richard Phillips also has been in good form operating at a 20% strike rate in the past fortnight. It seems that Tulane might now have his day in the sun.