Loader’s Lucky 15 – Huge each-way multiples covering races at Wincanton and Market Rasen
Chris Loader takes a look through all of Thursday’s races and combines four of his tips running at Wincanton and Market Rasen into this massive each-way Lucky 15.
I’m back in the hot seat until Monday with my EW Lucky15 Tips and we have some great racing coming in store. I will be giving you my selections for tomorrow which come from Wincanton and Market Rasen. Best odds available here with Unibet.
Thursday’s Lucky 15
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1.10 Wincanton – Our Nest Egg
(Tom O’Brien/Paul Henderson)
This mare has been very consistent on her last few starts finishing second at Hexham and Huntingdon and looks capable of winning a race off a mark of 94. The form of the Hexham race as been boosted by Court Baloo scoring with another two victories. Dropping back in trip isn’t a negative too and her stamina could come into play in the closing stages. I’m opening she can get us off to a good start.
1.45 Wincanton – Storm Arising
(Harry Cobden/Paul Nicholls)
Something is normally wrong if Harry Cobden or Paul Nicholls don’t have a winner at the Somerset course as it’s there local track and they have plenty of winner there. I think this horse could potentially give them a winner. He’s a previous course and distance scorer and probably needed the run at Worcester in October which was just shy of three miles. Dropping back in trip will suit and even though he might have a tough mark he could still be open to improvement. I expect a bold show from the five-year-old who should come forward from his seasonal debut.
2.05 Market Rasen – Rocco
(Sam Twiston-Davies/Nigel Twiston-Davies)
It was a good victory by Rocco on his last run at Stratford when making all from the front. The form was boosted by King’s Odyssey winning at Warwick on Wednesday. Moreover if you go back to his penultimate start at Uttoxeter he ran in a very good novice chase which featured the likes of Erik Le Rouge & Not That Fuisse. I still think they could be more to come from the Twiston-Davies runner despite hiking up the weights.
3.20 Wincanton – Baddesley Knight
(Tom Cannon/Chris Gordon)
I’ve known about the potential of this horse when I interviewed Chris Gordon from my university days. He made a very pleasing start to his chase career finishing second behind Rouge Vif who had form in graded races over hurdles for Harry Whittington. He could be very progressive in novice handicap company if he runs a bold race off a mark of 131. Likely to be up with pace early on I expect him to take a step forward from his Market Rasen performance.