Loader’s Lucky 15 – each-way multiple at Kempton on Monday

It was another tricky weekend punting wise with the usual story of a few near misses or major disappointments. However, I’m hoping we can start this week on a high with all selections coming from Kempton in the EW Lucky15 today.

A very interesting Listed Race is the feature contest at Kempton today but I’m willing to take a chance with Printing Dollars for Warren Greatrex. The six-year-old has some very good form from last season winning on three occasions. On her seasonal reappearance she ran in a warm contest at Cheltenham and was in contention for a long way just getting tired in the home straight. However the race seems to be working out well throwing up a few winners. I’m expecting the mare to come on from the run and against her own sex she holds a strong chance. Moreover Warren Greatrex has been having a cold spell in recent weeks but over the weekend he had a couple of winners and this is the time he’s often in form. He has a good record in November & December and I think he will be a yard to follow in the coming weeks.

ON THE SLOPES (2.35 Kempton)
Chris Gordon has provided us with a couple of winners in the last week here at Racing Tips and I believe we could have another today. The five-year-old has run some good races in defeat and could still have improvement to give off a rating of 131. He met Doctor Dex at Ascot last time when he had to give him two pounds, where this time our selection is in receipt of three pounds. He also likes to make the running and Kempton can often suit front runners if they can get into a good rhythm from the start. I think if he gets an easy lead he could be difficult to pass.

PONTRESINA (3.10 Kempton)
This son of Milan made an encouraging handicap debut at Hereford last month to finish in second place for Oliver Sherwood. It was the first time he has been seen for nearly a year. That race was a Class 3 and he’s going to be dropping in grade here. He looks to be relatively unexposed and could have a lot more improvement to come off a mark of 116. With the ground on his side currently good I think he’s a big danger in the race that shouldn’t be underestimated.

STORM RISING (3.40 Kempton)
On form Storm Rising surely has the best form in the race with his fourth placed effort in the Imperial Cup at Sandown. That day he was running off a mark six pounds higher than his current rating so he’s well treated here. Also he looked to have a strong chance of winning at Cheltenham on his latest start when he fell at the last hurdle. With Charlie Hammond claiming three pounds he’s surely the one they all gave to beat.