Loader’s Lucky 15 – Massive each-way multiple covering races at Ascot and Haydock on Super Saturday

Racing expert, Chris Loader combines four of his tips into this huge each-way Lucky 15, covering big races at Haydock and Ascot on saturday 23rd November.

Today is all going to be about Altior and Cyrname as well at the Betfair Chase at Haydock. However there is still plenty of good racing and I think I’ve found some horses that represent good value at juicy prices. Best odds available here with bet365.

Saturday’s Lucky 15

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1.30 Ascot – Drinks Interval
(Harry Cobden/Colin Tizzard)

Looking through the form of this mare you might be thinking I’m insane tipping up a horse that hasn’t completed it’s last four starts but I hope to win you over in my argument. The seven-year-old is a classy individual on her day and have been running over fences in recent seasons and is well handicapped off a mark of 126. Last time out she was 5-1 in a really strong race at Chepstow won by Ballyoptic who went on to win the Grade 2 Charlie Hill at Wetherby.

Going back to hurdles might do the trick and against back against her own sex could see her in a new light. Moreover Tizzard’s team are in good form and have yielded five winners since Saturday which included a treble at Chepstow. I just think she could be about to bring around a revival in fortunes and I’m willing to select her as our opening leg.

2.25 Haydock – Breaking Waves
(Bryony Frost/Noel Williams)

Noel Williams is one of the most in form trainers in Britain at the moment. He is currently 4-7 operating at a 57% strike rate in the last fortnight. I think he has a real chance in this race with my selection which has produced the likes of Paisley Park and Sam Spinner in the last two renewals.

Breaking Waves ran a very good preparation finishing in a staying on fourth at Cheltenham at the October Meeting suggesting a step up in trip would suit. Furthermore the form is working out well because 7th & 14th placed horses have come out and won since. Also if you look at the pedigree he’s related to the like of Ok Corral & Tidal Bay so three miles shouldn’t be an issue. Therefore I really fancy him to go close and make the frame.

3.20 Ascot – Caid Du Lin
(Sean Bowen/Dr Richard Newland)

Last time we saw Caid Du Lin he ran in the controversial race at Ascot which won by Diego Du Charmil and our selection will be meeting several of those rivals again. However he meets them on better terms off a mark of 145.

The way the race might be run tomorrow could really suit him as he’s like to get a strong pace with Spederek & Knocknannus fighting each other for the lead. This is exactly what he needs as he likes to be held up and make a late run which is how he won the race last year. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if he can repeat last year’s success and he might be a very big price.

3.40 Haydock – Know The Score
(Tom Scudamore/David Pipe)

I was all over this horse when he won at Worcester on chase debut in October. I know connections really like him and he cost them a lot of money in the region of £380,000 at the Cheltenham sales. He looks every inch a stayer and could be definitely one to follow with his progress this season. In this field of a mark of 129 I think he still has more in his locker.