Loader’s Lucky 15 – Massive each-way multiple across three of Thursday’s cards
Chris Loader combines four of his best bets for today in this each-way Lucky 15, covering races at Taunton, Warwick and Newcastle on Thursday 12th December.
It was nice way to end on Monday with a double and place. We have lots of top quality action coming up with the International Meeting at Cheltenham this weekend. However there is some decent racing on Thursday to get our teeth stuck into. Best odds available here with Unibet.
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Thursday’s Lucky 15
This is a difficult race on paper but I’m confident about the chances of the opening leg, Fifth Symphony. The five-year-old hasn’t showed much in his career so far but this is a open and low grade contest where off a mark of 105. Despite finishing fifth at Wetherby on reappearance the race as worked out well as the winner, third & fourth places horses all went on to score since. Ben Pauling’s yard have been finding it tough recently but they yielded a winner at Musselburgh on Monday suggesting their could coming into form. Also the son of Milan will be wearing first time blinkers and hopefully they can help because he was slightly lazy at some of his hurdles. With his latest piece of form, race fitness & new equipment I’m hoping for a bold show.
Vaziani ran an encouraging race on his last start at Plumpton to finish second behind an in form rival. Furthermore Robert Walford’s team have been fielding winners with Walk In The Mill & Le Boizelo in the past week. Running at Taunton could be a good move too as the five-year-old’s only success under rules came here winning a Juvenile Hurdle. Also Bryan Carver will be able to claim a handy 7lbs and he could be the next conditional to arrive on the scene when he scored at Wincanton with a double recently. I’m expecting Vaziani to make the frame in this race and I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s market support.
Bramble Brook doesn’t have the most appealing profile when it comes to tipping up a horse. However he’s normally reliable and consistent and those qualities might just come into play today. The nine-year-old is very versatile on any ground and has plenty of stamina. They could be plenty of rain around in Somerset and it could get testing where the Brocade Racing owned gelding might be able to outstay his rivals. Robbie Power also has forged a great relationship with Colin Tizzard and in his comments on his blog with Boyle Sports stated that this was his best chance of a winner.
Jedd O’Keefe is an excellent dual purpose trainer and has done well with his jumps string in recent seasons. Call Me Freddie could possibly be the next one to emerge after running a solid race at Carlisle behind an interesting prospect for Donald McCain. The son of Black Sam Bellamy coped with the ground last time and the soft going shouldn’t be an issue. He’s definitely the one to beat today.