Loader’s Lucky 15 – Across the cards each-way multiple could offer huge returns on Friday
Racing expert, Chris Loader throws up his Lucky 15 on Friday, covering races at Hexham, Fontwell, Warwick and Chelmsford.
Absolutely delighted to score a treble from our EW Lucky15 selections on my debut with Racing Tips. Hopefully we will continue to have more success in the future. Best odds for today’s Lucky 15 available here with Paddy Power.
Friday’s Each-Way Lucky 15
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1.35 Hexham – Glenpark
(Thomas Willmott/Lucinda Russell)
Glenpark could be overpriced in this race with our opening selection. The four-year-old ran in some decent novice hurdles last season at Newbury and Sandown. I think he looks fairly treated off a mark of 99 in the context of this race. His best form last season came with a bit of juice in the ground and he should have the conditions. Lucinda Russell’s horse finished an underwhelming eighth at Perth in September but probably needed the run. With Thomas Willmott’s five pound claim coming in handy I expect a bold bid.
2.35 Fontwell – Bonza Girl
(Rex Dingle/Jeremy Scott)
This mare was highly progressive last season winning five races in a row including over the course and distance. Jeremy Scott’s team had their best ever season with 39 winners last year and they seem to be in good form at the moment with a couple of winners since Sunday. Bonza Girl won first time out last year so she can go well fresh and with Rex Dingle in the saddle she could pick up from where she left off.
2.55 Warwick – La Cavsa Nostra
(Sam Waley-Cohen/Neil Mullholland)
There was a lot to like about the Neil Mullholland’s unexposed stayer at Chepstow last time out. The six-year-old has been raised ten pounds by the handicapper but that might not be enough to stop off a mark of 118. The form as already been boosted with Le Brennan winning at Sedgefield yesterday. I expect him to be the one to beat in this race.
7.55 Chelmsford – Knockout Blow
(Hector Crouch/John E Long)
Going up in trip to six furlongs could really suit him a the Essex course. He was last seen finishing fourth at Kempton a couple of weeks ago which was probably short enough for him. The gelding scored at Brighton over the distance in the summer so it’s probably a wise move by connections. Moreover he could be well handicapped off 54 as he won when he was once rated in the 70s. Also John Long’s small team are 1-1 (100%) in the last fortnight so Knockout Blow could be the answer as our final leg.