Loader’s Lucky 15 – Huge each-way multiple taking in Sandown and Exeter

Chris Loaders reveals his each-way Lucky 15 for today, taking in races at Sandown and Exeter on Friday 6th December.

We were close to making it a profitable EW Lucky15 on Thursday with a winner and two places. However, I’m hoping we can change places into winners on Friday. Picks come from Sandown and Exeter, best odds available here with William Hill.

Friday’s Lucky 15

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1.20 Sandown – Darebin
(Jamie Moore/Gary Moore)

Darebin bounces back to form on his latest start winning gamely in a very competitive handicap at Kempton. The form is already looking good as Ecu De La Noverie went on score at Wetherby last week. The handicapper raised the seven-year-old 4lbs for his success which still looks fair and there could be still be more to come as he’s run well off similar ratings before. A bold jumper who likes to dictate and make all from the front I think he could be hard to pass.

2.25 Sandown – Up The Straight
(James Davies/Richard Rowe)

The win of Up The Straight might have seemed a fluke when he won at odds of 33-1 at Lingfield, however the form has been backed up. Get Whatever & Oscarsman have won in recent weeks at Plumpton showing the race was of a useful standard. Richard Rowe also confirmed in interviews afterwards that he’s the best he’s ever trained and has been really excited to unleash. If Up The Straight was trained by Nicholls or Henderson he would surely be short priced favourite. There are some useful opposition in the race and the son of Arcadio could be anything. However I suspect this could be a special star in waiting.

2.35 Exeter – Espoir De Guye
(Charlie Deutsch/Venetia Williams)

Espoir De Guye ran a bizarre race at Chepstow when last seen staying on to make headway in the closing stages to finish second. Subsequently this effort has been a stand out for the form book as the winner Simply The Betts scored again as well as Golden Whisky and Katpoli winning since. Off a mark of 121 he could be the best handicapped horse in the race.

2.55 Sandown – Le Reve
(Jody Sole/Lucy Wadham)

Jody Sole will be hoping for another success at Sandown with Le Reve after combining together in March. The eleven-year-old should appreciate running at the Surrey course after winning there three times in his career. He’s already had a run and will be ideally positioned as he likes to be close to the pace. I think his class will prevail and he’s the one they have to beat.