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Tuesday’s 1,453/1 Lucky 15 – Our Four Top E/W Tips For 18th October

Four meetings go to post to start across the UK on Tuesday, 18th October, with the action coming from Exeter, Kempton, Newcastle and Yarmouth. Our lucky 15 features on two of those meetings, with a couple of tips from both the Newcastle and Yarmouth cards.

Our expert tipster has produced their best bets across the cards, which make up our advised Tuesday Lucky 15.

Odds correct at time of posting – 4:30pm Monday 13th October

Good Morals (1.25 Yarmouth) – 3/1

With a few unknowns in here making their debut, it could pay to side with those who have course experience. There’s a couple who have impressed in recent races, none more so than Charlie & Mark Johnston’s GOOD MORALS

After being well beaten in a class 2 at Newcastle on debut, she came on for that run with an impressive performance at the same venue earlier this month. Had the race been a couple of metres longer she would’ve won, but that looked like a race that was going to throw up a few winners, so to finish second was a solid effort. 

Frankie Dettori has been booked for the ride, and that’s a huge positive. The top jockey is always worth keeping on side with when riding at Yarmouth – in the last five years he’s had 8 winners and 8 runner-up finishes from just 25 rides. 

Sherbet Fountain is another who impressed on their debut and will likely give our selection most to think about, as well as Godolphin newcomer Bridestones. But with Frankie on board, we’re happy to take them on with Good Morals.

Kiritimati Island (3.08 Newcastle) – 11/2

Only one of these won last time out – Ivan Furtado’sKIRITIMATI ISLAND, who bids to land a C&D double, and we think he had a solid chance of doing so. 

Having placed in three of her five previous runs this year, she went to Newcastle and put in a career best performance, winning comfortably despite meeting trouble in running. The runner up, Inexplicable, has since gone and won next time out to boost that form, and this race doesn’t look any more difficult than that race he won last month. 

He’s been given a 4lb rise in the ratings for that win, but that shouldn’t be enough to stop him winning again. In our opinion, he’s one of the better bets across the cards on Tuesday and is a cracking price to land the honours at a course he’s already proved himself at.

Equiano Springs (3.38 Newcastle) – 11/2

C&D specialist EQUIANO SPRINGS is always in with a shout when racing at any course starting with New, with his % strike-rate at Newcastle only bettered by his 83% strike-rate at Newmarket. This will be his first run at Newcastle for almost a year, and with two wins in his last three races, it looks the perfect opportunity to enhance his superb record at the AW course. 

Although he only won by less than a length last time out, he did so with minimal fuss and never really looked like losing. This is a step back up in class but he’s won better races than this in the past and is capable of making his presence felt again. 

Daniel Tudhope won this race last year and has been booked for the ride, and with his 26% strike-rate at Newcastle this year it looks a wise choice by connections. The dangers are headed by Runninwild, who won on his sole previous visit to the course and has won two of his last five, and he looks the best option to chase home Equiano Springs. 

Coco Hill (3.55 Yarmouth) – 11/4

COCO HILL was hugely impressive in her last race, and that was her first effort over this trip. A repeat of that performance should be more than enough to see her land another victory. 

She finished comfortably clear of the runner-up Uffington that day, who has since placed in a valuable class 2 race to boost that form. That is by far the best piece of form on offer here, and she should take some beating. 

Trainer Rod Millman doesn’t send many to Yarmouth – he’s only had 11 runners there, resulting in two winners. This is his only runner across any of the cards tomorrow, so hopefully the 600+ mile trip is worth it!

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