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

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Racing expert, Chris Loader has picked out his Lucky 15 for Monday, covering races at Kempton on Moinday 11th November.

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12.55 Kempton – Celtic Joy
(Adam Wedge/Emma Lavelle)

Celtic Joy won well at Kempton on his chase debut when last seen for Emma Lavelle. After being raised five pounds by the handicapper he could be open to further improvement. He beat The Flying Sofa last time out who ran respectably to finish fourth at Sandown. Moving up in trip shouldn’t be a problem for the lightly raced six-year-old and I think he can get us off to a good start.

2.05 Kempton – Pointed and Sharp
(Michael Nolan/Philip Hobbs)

A four timer could be on the cards tomorrow for this son of Scorpion. He scored at Taunton on his latest start and still looked like he could have more to offer. Furthermore Philip Hobbs’ team are in very good form operating at a 29% strike rate in the last fortnight. Michael Nolan who has on won his last three victories retains the ride.

2.40 Kempton – Theclockisticking
(Ciaran Gethings/Stuart Edmunds)

This horse has been a very consistent horse for connections in some very hot races during his career. I think this might be his best chance to claim his first victory since scoring in a novice chase at Fakenham last November. He finished sixth in the Pertemps Hurdle Final at the Cheltenham Festival this year and races off a mark of 132. His class might just prevail and I’m hoping it can be his day.

3.50 Kempton – Catch The Cuban
(Harry Kimber/Colin Tizzard)

This could be a good bit of playing by team Tizzard. The three-year-old has been running in juvenile hurdles with credit making the frame on both his starts. Making his handicap debut in this race could be a shrewd move with his massive weight for age allowance and Harry Kimber’s eight pound claim. His recent second at Chepstow has been franked with the winner Nordano running a solid race at Wetherby to finish third in a Listed Hurdle. I think a big punt could occur in the final race on the card and it would be one to stay on side with.