Tuesday’s 8,115/1 Lucky 15 – Racing Tips Best Bets on December 7

Horse Racing Tips On Tuesday, December 7

With three meetings in Britain throughout Tuesday at Uttoxeter, Fontwell and Southwell, our expert has found four horses for your Lucky 15. The bet pays out at 8,115/1 and you can read these best bets below.


Sixty Dollars More (1.20 Fontwell)

This is far from the strongest handicap even for this level, with very few of the runners having any recent winning form.

What SIXTY DOLLARS MORE has to call on is some useful recent form over course and distance. Colin Tizzard’s five-year-old was second, beaten only 1 ½ lengths on his reappearance and though he then ran flat at Chepstow, his mark of 97 could still be lenient if conditions suit.

He should return to better form back over this trip and at the unusual Fontwell track he clearly liked two starts back. He is worth chancing in this field to prove that was no fluke.


Lady Of The Night (2.20 Fontwell)

Although up against some bumper and hurdles winners already, this looks like the best chance LADY OF THE NIGHT has had to get off the mark.

She has contested some strong novice and maiden hurdles against her own sex in the past couple of seasons without quite managing to get off the mark. 

Her experience could be a key factor up against exclusively younger horses in this race, with two of her closest rivals in the betting having fallen or unseated already over hurdles. Now, on her first start after wind surgery and for a stable in good form in Kim Bailey’s, the eight-year-old can finally return to the winners’ enclosure.

Kim Bailey will be hoping Lady of The Night can get off the mark.

Kim Bailey will be hoping Lady of The Night can get off the mark.


Carausius (4.00 Southwell)

Godolphin’s Toromona is likely to catch plenty of attention in this race, but CARAUSIUS’ only run over course and distance resulted in his sole career victory at the start of this year.

He has since struggled in handicap company, but most of those have been on turf, with the sole exception on Southwell’s fibresand being over two miles, which was surely too far for him. Now back to a mile-and-a-half and with his rating having sunk to just 67, he could find these conditions suit him very well indeed.

If he performs to the standard of his previous victory, or indeed to that on the all-weather at Kempton over the same trip, then he’s in with a very good chance of winning for the second time.


Virgin Snow (5.30 Southwell)

VIRGIN SNOW had been competing in Group and Listed company when last scene in 2020 and the layoff is not expected to be a factor.

Her only run when fresh in her career saw her win a Haydock handicap impressively, so she should be readily prepared by Ed Dunlop. A daughter of Gleneagles and Snow Fairy, she is exceptionally bred and still relatively lightly-raced for a four-year-old after only eight career starts.

Her one run on the all-weather came at Newcastle as a three-year-old, where she finished second in a Group 3 having travelled well. Although the fibresand is a slightly different surface at Southwell, that effort bodes well and she is on the same mark as her last handicap appearance at York. That saw her finish second in a much stronger contest and she may still be able to capture higher prizes if refreshed.