Loader’s Lucky 15 – Sunday’s each-way multiple covering races at Sandown and Ffos Las
Racing expert, Chris Loader has picked out his Lucky 15 for Sunday, covering races at Sandown and Ffos Las on Sunday 10th November.
Two profitable Lucky 15s out of three for Chris so far this week. Check out this each-way multiple for Sunday. Best odds available here with William Hill.
Sunday’s Lucky 15
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12.45 Sandown – Nelson’s Touch
(Page Fuller/Seamus Mullins)
I think Nelson’s Touch could be a good option to kick things off at Sandown. The six-year-old ran many solid races last season and was very consistent on heavy ground. He also has a decent record at the course finishing second on both starts. With decent course form, conditions to suit and a good record fresh I think he could represent some value.
12.55 Ffos Las – Steel Native
(Tom Scudamore/David Rees)
This horse has a love affair with Ffos Las being a triple course winner. A winner of this race in 2017 and runner up in 2018 he could go close again tomorrow. He is also versatile ground wise and has won on heavy ground before. Even though he is on a career high mark of 103 David Rees has done well with a few horses of a similar profile. These include Gone Plantinum and Gardiners Hill. Steel Native again could be overpriced in the market come post time.
2.55 Sandown – Totterdown
(Paddy Brennan/Fergal O’Brien)
Interesting to see this horse with a new stable after transferring from Richard Phillips to Fergal O’Brien. O’Brien’s runner won this race last year of the one pound lower mark and by an comfortable six length distance. Also he had the same ground last year with heavy going. There is a lot in his favour and if he can get an easy lead he might be hard to pass.
3.30 Sandown – Abolitionist
(Sam Twiston-Davies/Dr Richard Newland)
This time last year I thought he could be my Grand National horse to follow when he won comfortably over hurdles at Aintree. After that success he found life a bit hard but in this Veteran’s Race he might be able to find his spark. When he was in Ireland he was a very good horse landing the Leinster National and finishing third to Our Duke in the Irish National. Even though he is off a mark of 145 and has to carry top weight he could still not be done with at the age of 11.