Sunday’s 2,214/1 Lucky 15 – Four Confident E/W Tips For 18th September
There are just two meetings going to post across the UK on Sunday, 18th September, with action coming from Hamilton and Plumpton. Our lucky 15 focuses on the flat, with all four tips coming from the Scottish card at Hamilton.
Our expert tipster has produced their best bets across the cards, which make up our advised Sunday Lucky 15.
*Odds correct at time of posting – 4pm Saturday 17th September*
Little Miss Dynamo (2.00 Hamilton) – 6/1
Hugo Palmer’s LITTLE MISS DYNAMO has been banging on the door with a couple of close efforts recently, and this may be the time she gets her head in front when it matters.
In her four runs this year, she clearly needed the run on reappearance at Chester, before disappointing when dropped in trip at Ascot on ground firmer than she’s used to. Back on softer going, she stepped back up to 6f and did well to finish third. Her most recent effort was her most impressive of the year though, when she was beaten just a length by Selby’s Pride.
She was only 1lb lighter than Selby’s Pride that day, but meets here 4lb lighter than that rival and the 3lb swing in the weights should see that form reversed. The third home that day (Elegant Erin) boosted the form when winning next time out.
Little Miss Dynamo seems to be getting back to her best and has an excellent chance of gaining a third career victory here, at the main expense of Selby’s Pride and Fox Hill.
Recommended BetLITTLE MISS DYNAMO (2:00 Hamilton) 6/1 Bet Now! New Customers only. 18+. T&C’s Apply. begambleaware.org.
Gentle Ellen (2.30 Hamilton) – 4/1
Gentle Ellen just pokes her nose in front at the line to win the Whitley Neill Gin Maiden Stakes under a strong ride from
Ben Curtis for trainers David & Nicola Barron. 🏇@_benacurtis @WhitleyNeill pic.twitter.com/g0B86x1w6E
— Ayr Racecourse (@ayrracecourse) August 4, 2022
She may be a short price for a L15 selection, but GENTLE ELLEN looks a fantastic bet in this. She finally got her head in front last month and she can follow up returning to handicap company.
She ran off a mark of 72 on handicap debut, where she blew her chance of winning after rearing when leaving the stalls. She returns to handicap company off a much more workable mark of 69 here, and that 3lb swing can see her follow up that Ayr success with another win in this.
Caleta Sunrise will be the biggest threat after a close second on heavy going at Catterick earlier in the month, but she may find one too good again in the form of Gentle Ellen.
Recommended BetGENTLE ELLEN (3:00 Hamilton) 4/1 Bet Now! New Customers only. 18+. T&C’s Apply. begambleaware.org.
Shesadabber (3.00 Hamilton) – 9/2
RACE 7 RESULT – Cwmbran Carpet Centre Quality Service Handicap
🥈 Ellie Piper
Jockey: Phil Dennis
Trainer: Michael Mullineaux
Owners: Mrs Angela Turner pic.twitter.com/baRqU4cBhK
— Chepstow Racecourse (@Chepstow_Racing) September 8, 2022
Michael Mullineaux has had two winners from his last three runners, and has just one runner across the cards on Sunday – SHESADABBER. She was one of those winners and she has a serious chance of following up here.
She’s gone up 4lb to a rating of 58 for that win at Chepstow earlier this month, but she never looked in doubt of losing that race and she still looks ahead of the handicapper.
Before that Chepstow success, Shesadabber had finished a neck second at the same course, but the form of that race has worked out well – both the third (Fossos) and fifth (Willingly) won next time out.
Having won over C&D in the past, she rates as one of the more confident bets on the Scottish card. Fellow last time out winner Birdie Bowers is probably the biggest danger, but we don’t see him getting the better of Shesadabber.
Recommended BetSHESADABBER (3:30 Hamilton) 9/2 Bet Now! New Customers only. 18+. T&C’s Apply. begambleaware.org.
Ralphy Boy Two (4.00 Hamilton) – 9/2
Evan Williams’ RALPHY BOY TWO completely blew the start last time out but still managed to finish fourth, and had previously won earlier in the month so can get back to winning ways here.
Clan Jock (who also lines up here) finished second in that most recent race, but our selection gave the rest a huge head start when completely fluffing leaving the stalls, and would’ve undoubtedly gone close had he broken well.
Clan Jock has been in superb form all year and has a 121122 record at Hamilton this season, so he’s bound to go well. However, at the odds we’re banking on Ralphy Boy Two not blowing the start this time and reversing previous running with that rival.