Horse racing Lucky 15 – Wednesday’s top selections

Each day Bet4Causes will mark your card, providing a preview of the day’s racing and offering what the experts feel will be the value bets of the day.

Our NAP and Next Best both won on Tuesday, so take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the British meetings on Wednesday, January 18, 2017.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

THEATRE TERRITORY (Newbury 3.25) looked good in easily landing the odds in a mares’ maiden hurdle for Nicky Henderson at Uttoxeter in early December when returning from an eight-month break. She had previously won an Irish point-to-point and while she failed to score in three bumpers, they were high-class affairs and she was placed twice. He latest run was in a Listed mares’ novices’ hurdle at Taunton, where she was beaten around nine lengths by Coillte Lass, but she lost no caste in defeat as it looked hot form. Back down to a more realistic level for a six-runner 2m4½f novices’ event, she is expected to regain the winning thread.

DUTCH GOLDEN AGE (Lingfield Park 12.50) appears better at Kempton than he does anywhere else, but Gary Moore’s runner may be able to follow up his recent success at the Sunbury track off a 5lb higher mark. While it would represent a career best, the five-year-old is in good heart at present and has won twice and been placed in four runs since late October. There are not too many miles on the clock (just 15 runs) and if he is allowed to dominate like he did at Kempton, he may well find the necessary improvement in this competitive 13-runner 7f handicap.

FINAL CHOICE (Newbury 1.15) appears to hold a bright chance of making it three wins in four starts for Warren Greatrix, having scored by eight lengths in a 2m½f juvenile hurdle here in December. His jumping was slick and while he looked a sitting duck in front between the last two flights, he found plenty and finished off his race nicely. His trainer was half thinking about going for the Triumph Hurdle after his latest success, so if that plan is to hatch, he will probably have to win today’s 2m event. The issue could be a lack of pace with only five runners.

POET’S SOCIETY (Lingfield 3.05) landed a reasonably well-contested nursery at Chelmsford in September, getting a soft lead and keeping on for pressure. That was over 6f and he was subsequently held by Spin Doctor at Newcastle the following month off a career-high mark of 89. Having had 11 weeks off, he returned and finished second to Visionary in a 5f conditions race at Wolverhampton earlier this month, with stablemate Chupalla (who re-opposes today) held. While he would appear to be better over 6f than today’s 5f, he may well frank that form, although Mark Johnston’s other runner was having his first run since May and should be fitter.

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OTHER SELECTIONS:

NEWBURY: 1.15 Final Choice, 1.50 Shantou Rock, 2.20 Champagne At Tara, 2.55 Monbeg Gold, 3.25 THEATRE TERRITORY (NAP), 3.55 Bang On Frankie

MARKET RASEN: 1.00 Master Of Irony, 1.35 Brian Borahna, 2.10 Viking Mistress, 2.40 King’s Odyssey, 3.15 Attimo, 3.45 Movie Legend

LINGFIELD PARK: 12.50 Dutch Golden Age (nb), 1.25 Hathfa, 2.00 Darebin, 2.30 Thomas Blossom, 3.05 Poet’s Society, 3.35 Global Revival, 4.05 Encapsulated

KEMPTON PARK: 4.20 Frivolous Prince, 4.50 Henry Grace, 5.20 Persistence, 5.50 My Lady Marie, 6.20 Absolute Blast, 6.50 Pivotal Flame

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Tuesday’s top selections

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Take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the British meetings on Tuesday, January 16, 2017.

Fontwell Races

LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

STARCHITECT (Ayr 2.20) is a 143-rated hurdler who has found the transition to chasing a little more taxing. In two starts in fair novice events, he has finished third to A Hare Breath at Bangor and in the same position behind Baron Alco in a better race at Plumpton over 2m1f. There is no question the David Pipe-trained six-year-old would prefer better ground and a longer trip than he gets here in the 1m7½f novices’ chase but this is a slight drop in class and most of his five rivals are equally inexperienced. He will be better when he goes handicapping, but he may well be worth siding with if he runs anywhere near his hurdle rating.

DE DOLLAR MAN (Ayr 1.15) hold a serious chance of following up his Uttoxeter success in the 2m4½f maiden hurdle for Evan Williams and jockey Paul Moloney. The Irish point-to-point winner who was purchased for £75,000, duly scored on his bumper debut, drawing well clear of a few moderate rivals in heavy ground last month. Visually, at least, he left the impression that he could be quite decent and would be better over obstacles in due course. He handles the ground and that may be key as he makes his hurdling debut.

CASPER KING (Exeter 3.50) has been runner-up in all but one of his seven starts in bumper and over hurdles for Philip Hobbs. While expensive to follow, he has been campaigned in some fair novice hurdles and has twice been touched off in his last three runs. Though he did nothing wrong when going down by half a length to Geordie Des Champs at Chepstow in October, he was left at the start at Taunton last time and could be considered a little unfortunate not to have broken his duck, as he finished a quarter of a length behind Volpone Jelois. He is worthy of respect as he takes on 12 rivals in the extended 2½m maiden hurdle.

MUNRO (Kempton Park 3.40) left his debut form well behind when bolting up in a 6f maiden, making all here in November. Ralph Beckett’s Kyllachy three-year-old was unable to adopt the same font-running tactics in a subsequent nursery at Lingfield last month, but found plenty for pressure to score narrowly off a mark of 79. He has a little to find with Sutter County, Visionary and Tomily on official ratings in the six-runner 6f conditions stakes, but Adam Kirby’s mount is improving and is among the least exposed.  He may represent a little value.

Ayr Races

OTHER SELECTIONS:

AYR: 1.15 De Dollar Man (nb), 1.45 Front At the Last, 2.20 STARCHITECT (NAP), 2.55 Mango Cap, 3.30 Beauboreen, 4.00 Pikarnia

EXETER: 1.00 Mansion, 1.30 Admiral Blake, 2.05 Heaven Scent, 2.40 Grand Gold, 3.15 Bindon Mill, 3.50 Casper King, 4.20 Coole Cody

KEMPTON PARK: 1.55 Daydream, 2.30 Altaira, 3.05 Dutch Art Dealer, 3.40 Munro, 4.10 Pendo, 4.40 Rianna Star, 5.10 Al Bin Nayef, 5.40 Aurora Gray

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Monday’s top selections

Each day Bet4Causes will mark your card, providing a preview of the day’s racing and offering what the experts feel will be the value bets of the day.

Take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the British meetings on Monday, January 15, 2017.

Hereford Racing X

LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

TALK OF THE SOUTH (Plumpton 3.05) has been a largely consistent handicap hurdler, with his last win coming at this track off a mark of 102 last March. A string of runner-up efforts followed off higher marks and his 3l defeat by The Tourard Man at Warwick in May was a fine effort off of 115. He looked in need of the run when pulled up on his chasing debut on his return in a beginners’ chase at Fontwell in October and again when the same scenario happened at Uttoxeter in November in a handicap chase. However, Paul Henderson’s eight-year-old was only beaten a length on his final start at Warwick in early December By Brandon Hill and despite making a couple of novicey errors, he is getting better over the bigger obstacles and a mark of 115 is fair as he takes in six rivals in the extended 3m1½f handicap chase.

SPOILS OF WAR (Ayr 3.15) loves the mud and has been in decent form of late, finishing runner-up to Halcyon Days in a 1m7 ½ f handicap chase at Hexham in December, followed by a close-up third to Achill Road Boy in a 2m5½f handicap chase, staying on well. The Lucinda Russell-trained eight-year-old has shown fair improvement in all three starts over fences and given that he handled the trip last time, there is no reason to think he will not appreciate today’s extended 3m event, where he takes on 10 rivals in a competitive handicap chase off a fighting mark of 94. The ground will certainly be in his favour.

STEVE ROGERS (Wolverhampton 4.00) scored at Kempton last April over 2m but has not always found much in a battle. However, he has appeared to up his game in a couple of runs last year to warrant a second look in today’s 2m½f conditions stakes. There was plenty to like when runner-up to Intense Tango in a 12-runner all-weather Kempton handicap in November on his first start for three months. Latterly, the Roger Varian-trained six-year-old was a fair third to Winning Story at Newcastle last month and a similar level of form should put him in the mix at a reasonable price.

TRIPLE CHIEF (Plumpton 2.00) seems to like the West Sussex track, having scored on his first run here in February over hurdles last year and then when runner-up to Like Sully in a 2m1f novices’ handicap chase in March. His first two runs this season ere tame efforts, when beaten 20l over hurdles and 26 lengths in a novices’ handicap chase, both at Ludlow. However, Chris Down’s six-year-old looked back on is game at Wincanton last time and made steady progress to get within 3l of Guanciale in a handicap chase off a mark of 98. Back on a track he likes, with conditions in his favour, he should go well off the same mark in the 2m1f handicap chase.

Warwick Races

OTHER SELECTIONS:

AYR: 1.10 Fairlee Grey, 1.40 Whizzzey Rascal, 2.10 Lochnell, 2.45 Mango Cap, 3.15 Spoils Of War (nb), 3.50 Fearless Tunes

PLUMPTON: 1.25 Work, 2.00 Triple Chief, 2.35 Newsworthy, 3.05 TALK OF THE SOUTH (NAP), 3.40 Bob Mahler, 4.10 Royal Etiquette

WOLVERHAMPTON: 1.50 Gentleman Giles, 2.20 Draw Swords, 2.55 Dutch Uncle, 3.25 Pivotman, 4.00 Steve Rogers, 4.30 Alinstante, 5.00 Chandresh, 5.30 Topsoil

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Sunday’s top selections

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With Fakenham abandoned, take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the surviving British meeting on Sunday, January 15, 2017.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

RYEDALE RACER (Kelso 12.40) has won two from three starts over hurdles this season, scoring at Carlisle in a novices; event in October and following up at Hexham over the same 2m4f trip the following month. Malcolm Jefferson’s charge was back in handicap company last time at Haydock and upped in trip t 2m7f, but could not cope with Splash Of Ginge and finished fifth. Back in novices’ company today and rated only 1lb higher than his last success, he should go well, although the progressive and aptly-named Progress Drive will doubtless give him something to think about in the extended 2m6½f contest.

TWO SMOKIN BARRELS (1.40) seeks a hat-trick, having scored twice in a couple of Wetherby 3m chases, the first in novice company in December on her handicap debut. Her follow-up came off a 6lb higher mark and she had a bit more to spare over Money Maid than the neck margin suggested in the mares’ event. She is an uncomplicated eight-year-old who is accurate at her fences and while she is up another 6lb again to a mark of 120, the Michael Scudamore-trained runner is in the form of her life and is difficult to oppose in the extended 2m7f mares’ novices’ handicap chase.

DOLATULO (Kelso 3.40) runs in the extended 2m7f hunters’ chase and if running to anywhere near his mark of 140, should be the one to beat. The issue is the lay-off – he has not run since being pulled up in the Scottish Grand National as a 66/1 shot last April. The 2014 winner of the Grade 3 Rowland Meyrick handicap chase at Haydock in December 2014, has been struggling to find form since, but is in the right hands with Ben Pauling and has just turned 10, so there should be a little more tread on the tyres yet.

HELMSLEY LAD (Kelso 1.10) had gone close in a couple of bumpers before finally getting off the mark at the fourth attempt at Sedgefield on Boxing Day. Malcolm Jefferson’s six-year-old takes the step into novice hurdling company today and his trainer admitted after his win that “he jumps for fun at home” to the portents are favourable moving forward. The extended 2m event appears to lack any superstars, so jockey Brian Hughes will be confident about seeing off 13 rivals – and he should be.

Newbury Races

OTHER SELECTIONS:

KELSO (inspection 8am): 12.40 RYEDALE RACER (NAP), 1.10 Helmsley Lad, 1.40 Two Smokin Barrels (nb), 2.10 Teo Vivo, 2.40 Ash Park, 3.10 Flinders River, 3.40 Dolatulo

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Saturday’s top selections

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Our NAP struck again on Friday, to take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the British meetings on Friday, January 13, 2017.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

ETTU (Lingfied Park 2.35) is taking a little time to know what this game is all about. She was well backed to land a 7f fillies’ maiden here over 7f last time and after making the running, showing distinct signs of greenness, was collared by Sayem. Her previous effort, in a similar event at Newmarket was a fair effort, but again she had to play second fiddle to Yellowhammer. Time will probably show that was a good race, and Jeremy Noseda’s daughter of Excelebration is worth another try now that she steps up to 1m with Jamie Spencer in the saddle.

BALLYCROSS (Warwick 3.35) is a little young at six to be winning a race like the Classic Chase, given that the 3m5f handicap can turn into something of a war of attrition at this time of year and more seasoned, battle-hardened types usually hold sway. However, this has traditionally been a race where those with low weights prevail and shouldering just 10st 8lb, he may be worth chancing. He is, however, relatively inexperienced and has yet to win over fences, yet there was plenty to like about the way he stayed on behind Pobbles Bay in a decent novices’ handicap at Chepstow last time. If his jumping holds up, he would be in the mix, as he has won over 3m in heavy ground over hurdles and looks an out-and-out stayer in the making.

GREY GOLD (Wetherby 2.15) may be 12 now, but Kerry Lee’s gelding can still mix it among the best handicap chasers and looks attractively handicapped to land the 1m7f handicap chase. He may well have needed his first run back after eight months off when fifth to Aso at Chepstow late last month and the 2m3f trip may well have stretched his stamina. His last win came in November 2015 at Newbury over 2m½f off a mark of 147 and he runs off 3lb lower today as he takes on five rivals.

KRUZHLININ (Kempton Park 3.15) won on his stable debut in the corresponding 3m handicap chase last year off a mark of 138 and will try to repeat the feat on an 8lb higher mark today. The Philip Hobbs-trained 10-year-old was having is first run for 11 months when scoring like a good horse over these fances and did not run badly in the Grade 3 Ultima at Cheltenham thereafter, finishing fifth off of 148. Last time he took advantage of a mark of 136 to beat Theo’s Charm in a slog over 2m7f at Haydock, with subsequent Tommy Whittle scorer Yala Enke third. He has had a decent break since, so should be fresh and the ground may be ideal for him.

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OTHER SELECTIONS:

KEMPTON PARK: 12.20 Poker Play, 12.55 Always On The Run, 1.30 Alpha Male, 2.05 Vibrato Valtat, 2.40 Templeross, 3.15 Kruzhlinin, 3.45 Meet The Legend

WARWICK: 12.40 Welluptoscratch, 1.15 Ut Majeur Aulmes, 1.50 Mystical Knight, 2.25 City Supreme, 3.00 Peregrine Run, 3.35 Ballycross, 4.05 Well Smitten

LINGFIELD PARK: 12.15 Indigo Princess, 12.50 Firestorm, 1.25 Jordan Sport, 2.00 Third Time Lucky, 2.35 Ettu, 3.10 Special Relation, 3.40 Runaiocht

WETHERBY: 12.30 Eaton Hill, 1.05 Rock Gone, 1.40 El Massivo, 2.15 Grey Gold, 2.50 Capitoul, 3.25 Huff And Puff, 3.55 Cockney Wren

WOLVERHAMPTON: 5.45 Pensax Lady, 6.15 Sands Chorus, 6.45 Chestnut Storm, 7.15 Colourbearer, 7.45 Dazacam, 8.15 Boost, 8.45 Sentinel

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Friday’s top selections

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Take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the British meetings on Friday, January 13, 2017.

Lingfield Races

 

LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

O O SEVEN (Huntingdon 3.20) made a good start to his chasing career when scoring with ease at Cheltenham, beating he useful Sizing Tennessee and Rock The Kasbah in November. The strapping son of Flemensfirth won over 3m as a hurdler and he was a fine second in a Grade 1 novice hurdle at Punchestown in April. So it was something of a surprise that he was a beaten third as an odds-on favourite for his second spin over fences at Doncaster last time. The Nicky Henderson-trained seven-year-old did not quite get home over that 3m trip and today’s 2m4f trip should be ideal, despite giving away upwards of 16lbs to his five rivals. Henderson was planning to run in the Grade 2 Dipper Chase at Cheltenham but withdrew him from that, although the JLT Novices’ Chase at the Festival meeting still the long-term plan.

POTTERS LADY JANE (Lingfield Park 3.00) won a bumper on her second start at Fakenham and was thought enough of to run in a Grade 2 bumper at Aintree in April. The Lucy Wadham-trained mare has since had a trio of runs in maidens on all-weather surfaces and has twice finished as a runner-up, both times at Chelmsford. Latterly, she ran a fair race behind Lord Topper in a 1m5f in October, when touched off by half a length. She has not run since, but goes well fresh and the Newmarket stable remains in fine fettle. This 1m4f fillies’ handicap won’t take a lot of winning, so she has a reasonable chance off a mark of 73.

SNOW SQUAW (Lingfield 2.30) goes in search of her first win after five unsuccessful attempts. David Elsworth’s runner was backed from 25/1 to 11/2 on her Newmarket debut in July, but was a no-show behind Hawana. She looked much straighter next time at Ascot but was beaten 2l by Kazimiera, who went on to finish runner-up in a Listed race at Newmarket in October. The nearest she came to success was when short-headed in a 7f AW Kempton fillies’ maiden in August but she has a bit to prove after two below-par efforts in her last two runs. She was understandably keen after a long break last time over 1m and Elsworth sends her sprinting now, as she takes on six rivals in a weak 5f maiden. She should hold a major chance.

FREE STONE HILL (Sedgefield 3.10) runs in his first handicap finishing third at Worcester and at this track when in November when well held by Prime Venture in a six-runner 2m1f novices’ hurdle. Dan Skelton trains the seven-year-old who runs off a hefty-looking mark of 112, given what he has so far achieved – six runs without success and not within 19 lengths of the winner in each of his last three outings). Still, the handicapper has seen something to think that he should be competitive in the extended 2m½f event, in which eight go to post. The assessors rarely get it wrong.

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OTHER SELECTIONS:

HUNTINGDON (precautionary inspection 8am): 1.20 Camron De Chaillac, 1.50 Calva D’honore, 2.20 Wait A Second, 2.50 Master Blueyes, 3.20 O O SEVEN (NAP), 3.50 Scorpio Queen

LINGFIELD PARK: 1.00 Tisbutadream, 1.30 Still Waiting, 2.00 Illegally Blonde, 2.30 Snow Squaw, 3.00 Potters Lady Jane (nb), 3.30 Caledonia Laird, 4.00 Temple Road

SEDGEFIELD (precautionary inspection 7am): 1.10 Spread Boy, 1.40 Testify, 2.10 Lochlash, 2.20 Cabragh, 3.10 Free Stone Hill, 3.40 Carlos Du Fruitier

WOLVERHAMPTON: 5.45 Harmonic Wave, 6.15 Cee Jay, 6.45 Pivot Bridge, 7.15 Oriental Relation, 7.45 Bamako Du Chatelet, 8.15 Things Happen, 8.45 Keane’s Point

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Thursday’s top selections

Each day Bet4Causes will mark your card, providing a preview of the day’s racing and offering what the experts feel will be the value bets of the day.

Our NAP and Next-Best selections both won on Wednesday, so take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the British meetings on Thursday, January 12, 2017.

Chelmsford City Races

LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

CAPRICE D’ANGLAIS (Leicester 12.35) may be able to land a hat-trick, having justified favouritism in two handicap chases at Hereford and Huntingdon. Having stepped up to 2m½f, he defied a penalty in fine style to land a weaker race last time and looked in control before his main rival fell two out. That win came off a mark of 93 and he now has to face a 12lb hike if he is to land the extended 1m7½f handicap chase, where the front-runner should not have too much competition up front.

GIVEAWAY GLANCE (Catterick 12.50) produced a much more promising effort than she had on her first try over hurdles when smoothly landing a 2m½f maiden at Doncaster last month. Rated 79 on the level, Alan King appears to have unlocked her talent and the stiffer test than she got at Ludlow did not hurt. The four-year-old lines up against six rivals in the 1m7 ½ f fillies’ juvenile hurdle appearing to hold a solid chance of doubling up.

SHAN DUN NA NGALL (Chelmsford City 7.30) notched a three-timer in low-grade staying handicaps before being over-turned as favourite off a 4lb higher mark at Wolverhampton at the back end of last month. Since joining Amy Murphy, the six-year-old has shown plenty of consistency but appeared to find things happening a little too quickly for him when dropped in trip to 1m6f last time. Back up to 2m on a track that should suit and off the same mark at 56, he holds a fair chance of striking again in a competitive handicap for the grade.

SEPTEMBER ISSUE (Newcastle 2.00) bounced back to form when chasing home Dutch Golden Age in a decent 6f all-weather handicap at Kempton last week, having had a month off. Gay Kelleway equipped the four-year-old with cheekpieces for the first time since he won over 5f here in June and it appeared to work the oracle. However, while that particular set of equipment is dispensed with today for the 5f handicap, the shrewd handler employs a first-time visor and the hope this change of headgear will see him hold his form and go one better.

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OTHER SELECTIONS:

CATTERICK: 12.50 Giveaway Glance, 1.20 Impulsive Star, 1.50 Fair Loch, 2.20 High Bridge, 2.50 Jac The Legend, 3.20 Forty Crown, 3.50 William Of Orange

LEICESTER: 12.35 Caprice D’anglais, 1.05 Un Prophete, 1.35 Paddocks Lounge, 2.10 Go West Young Man, 2.40 Tommy The Rascal, 3.10 Midnight Jade, 3.40 Dawn Missile

NEWCASTLE: 2.00 September Issue, 2.30 Summer Collection, 3.00 Isharah, 3.30 Masterpaver, 4.00 Dance Dan Dan, 4.30 Realize, 5.00 Gracious John

CHELMSFORD CITY: 5.50 Garter, 6.25 Tailor’s Row, 7.00 Ravenhoe, 7.30 Shan Dun Na Ngall, 8.00 Rosie Crowe, 8.30 Gettin’ Lucky

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