Loader’s Lucky 15 – Sensational Saturday multiple covering ITV races at Wincanton and Aintree
Racing expert, Chris Loader throws up his Each-way Lucky 15 on Saturday, covering televised races at Wincanton and Aintree on Saturday 9th November.
Tomorrow is another sign that the jumps season is well and truly here with the feature race of the day being the Badger Ales Chase at Wincanton which one of our selections will focus on. Best odds available here with Unibet.
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1.50 Wincanton – Deputy’s Oscar
(Ciaran Gethings/Stuart Edmunds)
This mare seeks a hat-trick tomorrow after back to back wins at Market Rasen. The way she won last time shows she could have more to offer off a mark of 120. Stuart Edmunds is a very shrewd trainer and does well with his mares such as Maria’s Benefit & Queenohearts. The six-year-old could be the one tomorrow and will have race fitness on her side.
2.05 Aintree – Cepage
(Charlie Deutsch/Venetia Williams)
It might be a difficult ask tomorrow in this race for Cepage to carry top weight but I think he has the class edge. The gelding has shown that he can go well fresh and ran a blinder behind Frodon when last seen at Cheltenham in December last seen. Williams’ team are currently operating at a 31% strike in the last fortnight and our selection can add to the tally.
2.40 Aintree – Diomede des Mottes
(Harry Skelton/Dan Skelton)
Skelton’s runner finished 4th in the Persian War at Chepstow last time which was probably on the short side for him. Going back to three miles should probably suit and he won at Southwell over the distance on his penultimate start. I think he could be a short price before post time.
3.35 Wincanton – White Moon
(Robbie Power/Colin Tizzard)
Local trainer Colin Tizzard will be hoping White Moon can win Wincanton’s feature race tomorrow. Tizzard won this race in 2016 with Gentlemen Jon. White Moon has been a little bit of a frustrating horse in his career so far but has also displayed lots of potential. I was working at Wincanton when he won on debut and he was really impressive. He should have won last time over the course and distance if he hadn’t had fallen at the last fence. I think he is well handicapped and is the one they have to beat tomorrow.