Tuesday’s 1,227/1 Lucky 15 – Best Bets Across The UK On November 23
Horse Racing Tips on Tuesday, November 23
There are three meetings spread across Britain on Monday with the action coming from Southwell, Sedgefield, and Wolverhampton. Our expert tipster has produced their best bets across the Monday cards, which make up our advised Tuesday Lucky 15.
Maxi Jazz (1.10 Sedgefield)
Charlie Longsdon rarely makes the long journey north to Sedgefield, but when he does it is worth taking notice, with his strike rate currently at a healthy 38%. His sole representative on Tuesday’s card is MAXI JAZZ, who contests the 3m3f handicap chase.
This 6yo put up his best performance since joining current connections when runner-up at Market Rasen in September.
That form has worked out well since, and although not at that level at Huntingdon latest, this represents a drop in class from that assignment. Maxi Jazz has long shaped as though a dour test as this would see him to best effect, and connections have enlisted the services of top jockey Brian Hughes to do the steering.
Lord Caprio (2.15 Sedgefield)
Ben Haslam’s LORD CAPRIO rates as the one to beat in Sedgefield’s ‘hands and heels’ handicap hurdle.
A winner at Hexham in August, Lord Caprio has run well in defeat in both starts since, building on a course and distance third when runner-up back at Hexham last time out.
He was probably given a little too much to do the last day and considering how powerfully he finished off that race would surely have landed the spoils if ridden more prominently.
The extra furlong in prospect on this stiffer track looks a notable plus for Lord Caprio’s chances today, whilst the talented Joe Anderson is a very positive booking. On the pick of his form, this mark remains workable and he remains relatively unexposed compared to most in this line-up.
Major Snugfit (3.25 Southwell)
Sabbathical is likely to prove a warm order for this 2m conditional jockeys’ handicap hurdle, yet at the prices, MAJOR SNUGFIT rates the better bet.
Rebecca Menzies’ 5yo hasn’t always looked the easiest ride, yet he deservedly got off the mark in this sphere when going in at Sedgefield twelve days ago.
That performance looks worth upgrading considering that he didn’t do much once hitting the front, and considering that he holds a rating of 69 on the level a mark of 84 in this discipline remains open to exploitation.
He’s A Gentleman (5.00 Wolverhampton)
With the plum draw to his advantage in stall 1, HE’S A GENTLEMAN is backed to land this 5f nursery. Tom Dascombe’s charge bombed out at Haydock in July, but he had previously chased home the likes of Go Bears Go and, more recently, the 91-rated Atomic Lady.
He’s A Gentleman appreciated the drop back to the minimum distance at Haydock last month, finishing second to the in-form Texas Man.
He was probably a little unlucky not to finish closer that day, and although up 3lb a mark of 79 still looks within reach on some of his earlier form.