Monday’s 7,544/1 Lucky 15 – Racing Tips Best Bets on December 13

Monday UK racing tips. Best bets at Chelmsford, Plumpton and Wolverhampton.Monday UK racing tips. Best bets at Chelmsford, Plumpton and Wolverhampton.

Horse Racing Tips On Monday, December 13

There are five meetings across Britain on Monday with the action coming from Chelmsford, Plumpton and Wolverhampton. Our expert tipster has produced their best bets across Monday’s cards, which make up our advised Monday Lucky 15.

Bonita B (13:15 Chelmsford)

Any market confidence behind newcomer Shurut should be noted starting out for trainer George Boughey who enjoys his fair share of two-year-old winners. However, if there is one horse that deserves a victory it’s Mick Channon’s BONITA B who rarely runs a bad race and has a good chance of gaining the first victory now in a claiming event. 

The two-year-old filly has enjoyed many days out on track and has been a regular on the turf over the past year in the colours of the Bastian Family. Amongst those runs, there have been some stand out efforts including at Newmarket and Nottingham where the filly posted third-place finishes in Class 2 company over 7f and 6f. 

She certainly has leading claims on those efforts in this modest claiming event and she will receive plenty of weight from likely market rivals Lightening Gesture and Brilliant News. 

Fort De L’ocean (14:30 Plumpton)

Olly Murphy’s Hey Bob will be fancied many off just a mark of 77. However, the nine-year-old has been soundly beaten on the last three occasions for new connections and despite racing off a low weight has been disappointing recently. Local trainer Michael Roberts has enjoyed plenty of success at Plumpton before and it might be worth chancing his new recruit FORT DE L’OCEAN. 

The six-year-old was a consistent performer when trained by Oliver Greenall and ran with credit in decent handicap contests at class 4 and class 3 level. 

Fort De L’ocean has plied his trade over hurdles and fences and can definitely be competitive on stable debut off a mark of 99 now facing class 5 company in a race where the majority of runners are out of form.

Seagulls Nest (15:45 Chelmsford) 

Better was clearly expected from SEAGULLS NEST on stable debut last time out as the Mick Appleby runner was sent off just third in the betting at Wolverhampton earlier this month. 

The four-year-old filly had previously run well off higher marks in the past when trained by Mick Channon and went close on more than one occasion for the Berkshire handler. Starting out for Mick Appleby last time out, the filly shaped as if she needed the outing and its interesting connections have opted to turn her out so quickly after that effort. 

The yard has long been associated with significantly improving runners they bring in from other yards and it would not be surprising to see Seagulls Nest make an impact in the colours of The Horse Watchers. This race looks a good bit of placing from connections as the four-year-old receives the weight for age allowance and there are races to be won off her current mark of just 62.

Teemlucky (17:00 Wolverhampton) 

This is a very weak 0-55 contest with several runners struggling in recent starts. TEEMLUCKY has yet to get her head in front for trainer Ian Williams but there is a chance the mare can get more competitive now jockey Richard Kingscote takes over the reins back on the all-weather.

The five-year-old has only had five outings on the all-weather which is surprising considering she is related to the yard and owners Lucky’s Dream who has won eight races on the surface and reached a mark of 91 earlier this campaign. Ian Williams’ mare won’t reach those sort of heights but she is interesting now switching surfaces off her current mark. 

Teemlucky has run respectably from higher marks this year when kept exclusively to turf including when filling the places on four different occasions. Connections have her entered later on in the week at Southwell and Lingfield and she certainly makes appeal lining up off a mark of just 45. 

Monday horse racing tips. Trainer Ian Williams can saddle a winner at Wolverhampton.

Monday horse racing tips. Trainer Ian Williams can saddle a winner at Wolverhampton.