Loader’s Lucky 15 – Huge multiple covering Wincanton, Leicester and Clonmel on Thursday

Chris Loader reveals his Lucky 15 for today, covering races at Wincanton, Leicester and Clonmel on Thursday 5th December.

The jumps season is really getting going now with yet more great action coming this weekend in the shape of the The Tingle Creek. However beforehand I have some EW Lucky15 picks from Wincanton, Leicester & Clonmel to occupy us on Thursday. Best odds available here with Unibet.

Thursday’s Lucky 15

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12.55 Wincanton – Kissesforkatie
(Nick Schofield/Jeremy Scott)

I’m opening we can get off to a flyer here in this Mares’ Novice Hurdle. Kissesforkatie arguably has the best form in the race placing in some Listed Bumpers as well as some solid form in competitive races over hurdles. I was at Exeter where she took on the boys and was expected to go well in the market. She ran a solid enough race and the form was boosted by Eritage winning at Taunton. Off levels weights against inexperienced mares I think Jeremy Scott has found a good opportunity to break her maiden tag over obstacles.

2.05 Wincanton – Flashing Glance
(Stan Sheppard/Tom Lacey)

A lot of things are favour for Flashing Glance to follow up again today after scoring at Kempton last time out. The six-year-old has maintained his form in some competitive races on good ground and right handed courses. Both of these will be on his side at the Somerset course. With trainer and jockey both in form I expect a bold bid off a mark of 132.

2.30 Leicester – Seaside Girl
(David Bass/Ben Pauling)

It might seem like I’m taking a stab in the dark with an unraced mare under rules. However I think this could be a winnable race as there’s a lot of question marks over her rivals. Ben Pauling’s mare won an Irish point-to-point on testing conditions by an emphatic fifteen lengths which will be a massive plus in this event. I think if she’s primed and ready she could be a real danger.

2.55 Clonmel – Kavanaghs Corner
(Rachel Blackmore/Henry De Bromhead)

This horse can be forgiven on his last start as it wasn’t his fault he was pulled up after he had an issue with his reins. Before that he won nicely at Clonmel beating some of his rivals on attritional ground. There’s still some mileage in his mark at the age of ten and with De Bromhead churning out plenty of winners I think he will have one here.