Horse racing Lucky 15 – Friday’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 Friday, September 30, 2016.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

BRIDAL MARCH (Newcastle 6.50) is still a maiden after six runs but was only beaten a length on his sole all-weather run at Lingfield over 7f in June. The Mark Johnston-trained two-year-old daughter of Casamento has been in the frame in four her last five starts (in the other, she was a length second in a four-runner heat). She missed the break at Musselburgh last time and spoiled the advantage of a good draw, but having raced wise, she stayed on nicely in the closing stages to get within a lwngth and a half of Ray Donovan in a 7f nursery. She runs off the same mark and steps up to a mile, which should suit.

VIBRANT CHORDS (Ascot 3.10) deserved a change of luck. The Henry Candy-trained Poet’s Voice gelding has been steadily rising in the weights, despite not having won since his second start in a maiden 13 months ago. Running off a mark of 89 a couple of weeks ago when beaten a head in a 6f Thirsk handicap for horses rated between 0-95, he now finds himself in a stronger 0-105 handicap off a rating of 91. He is often awkward to settle, but was much more agreeable last time and appears to hold a fair chance of plundering the £18,675-to-the-winner prize.

FRODON (Fontwell 2.50) probably found the inadequate trip against him, despite winning on his fencing bow at Market Rasen. It took a while to warm to the task over the 2m trip and he was none too fluent early on. Paul Nicholls has found a soft four-runner novices’ chase for his second attempt over fences and the 2m5f trip should be much more to his liking.

CAIRNSHILL (Hexham 4.45) has twice gone close in handicap hurdles at Uttoxeter and Sedgefield on his last two starts and the Mark McNiff-trained five-year-old would appear to have improvement in him still. He appeared to relish the step up to 3m3f last time but was equally at home over 2m7½f previously, a trip he drops back to today. He looks nicely treated and a staying handicap is likely to fall his way sooner rather than later. Whether he can beat the likely favourite Mad Money is open to argument, but Cairnshill looks the value pick.

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OTHER SELECTIONS

ASCOT: 2.00 May Target, 2.35 Fastnet Tempest, 3.10 Vibrant Chords (nb), 3.45 Alyssa, 4.20 Fighting Temeraire, 4.55 Mijhaar

FONTWELL: 2.15 Sisania, 2.50 Frodon, 3.25 Excellent Team, 4.00 Theatre Flame, 4.35 Follow The Swallow, 5.10 Generous Chief

HEXHAM: 1.50 Cotillion, 2.25 Cloud Monkey, 3.00 Tickenwolf, 3.35 Beyondtemptation, 4.10 Dun Faw Good, 4.45 Cairnshill

NEWCASTLE: 5.20 Byronegetonefree, 5.50 Best Tamayuz, 6.20 Beadlam, 6.50 BRIDAL MARCH (NAP), 7.20 Mandarin, 7.50 Castleacre, 8.20 May Rose, 8.50 Rosina

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2016 RYDER CUP: OUR BEST BETS

The 41st edition of the Ryder Cup gets underway on Friday, with Hazeltine Golf Club hosting the world famous event.

The European team will be defending the illustrious trophy after their convincing win at Gleneagles two years ago.

Revenge will certainly be on the minds of Team USA and their captain, Davis Love III, who will be leading his country in this event for the second time. Love was in charge of the Americans during their famous collapse at Medinah in 2012, and will undoubtedly be looking to get the better of his close friend and opposing captain, Darren Clarke at Hazeltine this week.

Below, the MyClubBetting and Bet4Causes golf expert, Calum Chinchen, provides you with some key last minute insight, along with a few valuable tips along the way!

OVERALL WINNER

It is fair to say that the Ryder Cup hasn’t exactly been kind to Team USA over the last few years.

The European team have won eight of the last ten meetings between the two teams, with the Americans last tasting victory eight years ago at Valhalla.

To some, three European victories in a row would suggest there is no evidence to show that anything will change at Hazeltine, however, others would argue that Team USA are well overdue a victory in this event.

The American team is stacked with quality. In fact, seven of the world’s top 20 golfers will be representing the United States this week – eight if you include Bubba Watson, who is a vice-captain.

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Talking of vice-captains, Tiger Woods will be in the Team USA ranks this week. The 14 time major champion may not have the greatest Ryder Cup record, but nobody can deny that his presence as a senior figure will be a positive factor this week.

Experience is vital in a Ryder Cup atmosphere, and the American team certainly has an edge over their opponents in that department. Brooks Koepka and Ryan Moore are the only rookies representing Team USA this week, while the Europeans will be fielding a staggering six debutants.

Unfortunately, everything points to a home win at Hazeltine with Davis Love III finally easing his Medinah heartache after four years of hurt.

BEST BET: USA TO WIN @ 4/7

TOP AMERICAN

At first glance, Jordan Spieth’s 2016 season may seem somewhat unsuccessful, particularly in comparison to his fine 2015 campaign.

However, despite the lack of a major title, the Dallas native actually enjoyed a fine year, winning twice and recording eight top ten finishes.

This will be Spieth’s second Ryder Cup appearance after making his debut in Scotland two years ago.

During that week, Spieth performed admirably, particularly for a debutant – scoring 2.5 points from a possible 4 at Gleneagles.

The youngster is one of the few players teeing up at Hazeltine this week who will be equally comfortable when playing in a fourball or foursomes format. With that in mind, it would be no surprise if Love III decided to pick Spieth for all five of his team’s matches, thus, giving the man from Texas every chance of topping the Team USA individual standings on Sunday night.

BEST BET: JORDAN SPIETH @ 9/2

TOP EUROPEAN

Who could forget Justin Rose’s comeback against Phil Mickelson in the singles at Medinah four years ago?

That match is seen as one the most famous in Ryder Cup history, and was the catalyst for what turned out to be the ‘Miracle at Medinah’.

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The Olympic gold medallist will be competing in his fourth Ryder Cup this week, making him one of the most experienced players on the European Team.

Many expect this year’s event to resemble the 2008 edition at Valhalla, which was the last time Team USA tasted Ryder Cup success. Unbelievable noise from the patriotic galleries, over boisterousness from player and some fine golf all played their part in a resounding win for the home side.

While others were distracted or intimidated, Rose seemed to become even more motivated by the hostile atmosphere – winning three of his team’s 11.5 points during his debut event.

It was more of the same at Medinah four years later, where the Englishman again managed to gain three vital points.

Rose has based himself in the United States for a number of years now, collecting an impressive seven PGA Tour wins, including the 2013 US Open – an event in which much of the home gallery were rooting in favour of Phil Mickelson, rather than the Englishman.

It is clear to us that Rose is more than comfortable when playing across the pond, and hostile atmospheres clearly have little to no effect on him.

That coupled with the inevitability of him playing in all five sessions, leads us to believe that he will have another solid Ryder Cup on American soil.

BEST BET: JUSTIN ROSE @ 11/2

TOP DEBUTANT

As mentioned, the European team contains four more debutants than Team USA.

It would surprise nobody if Brooks Koepka and Ryan Moore were starved of game time, so in our eyes, the top debutant will more than likely be wearing European colours.

Matt Fitzpatrick is one of the most consistent players around, and has enjoyed a wonderful 2016 season after two European Tour wins.

The Sheffield native also has great experience of playing on American soil, albeit as an amateur.

Fitzpatrick won the world famous US Amateur Championship in 2013, before recording three points from four games at the Walker Cup in New York just a month later.

European Captain, Darren Clarke will know all about Fitzpatrick, as the two are part of the same management company.

Fitzpatrick will almost certainly be overlooked in both sets of the fourball matches, in favour of a more aggressive player who is longer from the tee box.

However, when it comes to the foursomes, his patience, temperament and phenomenal short game make him an almost certainty for both sessions.

After that comes the singles, and as we all know – anything can happen.

BEST BET: MATT FITZPATRICK @ 13/2

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Thursday’s top selections

Each day Bet4Causes will provide you with a preview of the day’s racing, offering what the experts feel will be the value bets of the day.

After a winning NAP selection yesterday, take a look at our Lucky 15 selections (four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold) for the British meetings on Thursday, September 29, 2016.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

MISTER BLUE SKY (Newcastle 2.10) landed a soft-ground novice auction race over 6f at Nottingham in June, and has subsequently been runner-up in three of his four appearances, latterly when short-headed by Sea Shack at Goodwood over 7f a week ago. Trained by Sylvester Kirk, this son of Royal Applause is a big, scopey type and whatever he achieves in his juvenile campaign is a bonus, as he should make up into a decent performer next year and beyond.  This mile should be right up his street and there is room for improvement off his current mark of 74.

HARLEQUIN ROSE (Brighton 1.50) found the drop into Class 6 company a little easier at Ffos Las last time, having been easily beaten in her three previous runs in maidens. While she could not score of a mark of 49 on her nursery debut in the first-time visor at last time, she was not beaten far by Kings Heart over the 6f trip. She showed plenty of speed and was quite well supported in the market, so Mick Channon’s filly may take advantage off the same mark, which looks on the low side. She looks a likely improver in a weak race.

KESTREL DOT COM (Chelmsford City 7.40) has gone close in two relatively decent 1m handicaps for Chris Dwyer on his last two runs. Having got off the mark at the fourth attempt at Leicester in May, the four-year-old Oasis Dream gelding has upped his game since being fitted with a hood, twice beaten under two lengths at Yarmouth. He has pulled hard both times and while he needs to learn to settle, Sylvestre De Sousa has struck up a good partnership with him and they hold a fair chance of landing this 15-runner affair, despite shouldering top weight.

BARMAN (Warwick 3.40) ran with a little too much exuberance at Stratford in a bid for a four-timer and was third of six, beaten six lengths by Rosetti over that 2m trip. He may have finished closer but for an awkward jump two from home. He was raised 7lb for winning at Worcester but is now 1lb lower off a mark of 123 and in a decidedly competitive 2m handicap hurdle, Nicky Henderson’s charge may just have enough improvement in him to win gain.

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OTHER SELECTIONS

BRIGHTON: 1.50 Harlequin Rose (nb), 2.20 Akkadian Empire, 2.50 Bridge Of Sighs, 3.25 Cranwell, 4.00 Highlife Dancer, 4.30 Open The Red, 5.05 Carpe Diem Lady, 5.35 Noverre To Go

NEWCASTLE: 2.10 MISTER BLUE SKY (NAP), 2.40 Sincil Bank, 3.15 Barjeel, 3.50 Cartwright, 4.20 Red Charmer, 4.55 Hidden Gem, 5.25 Frank The Barber, 5.55 Groundworker

WARWICK: 2.00 Peter The Mayo Man, 2.30 Alf ‘N’ Dor, 3.05 Charlie Mon, 3.40 Barman, 4.10 Ready Token, 4.45 Vivas

CHELMSFORD CITY: 5.40 Chiconomic, 6.10 The Big Short, 6.40 Hyper Dream, 7.10 Under Control, 7.40 Kestrel Dot Com, 8.10 Coolcalmcollected, 8.40 Aurora Gray, 9.10 Cadland Lad

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Wednesday’s top selections

Each day Bet4Causes will provide you with a preview of the day’s racing, 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 Wednesday, September 28, 2016.  

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

WHATSTHATALLABOUT (Bangor 3.45) has to give a stone away to main rival Lyme Park and three other runners in the 2m 3½ f mares’ novices’ hurdle, but Neil Mulholland’s representative looks up to the task of recording a hat-trick under the double penalty. She was well clear of a previous winner in a novice event at Uttoxeter last time, having followed up her handicap win at the same track in July. This looks a tougher race, yet she has had a nine-week break and should be good enough to triumph once again.

CONSIDERED OPINION (Kempton Park 6.10) was easy to back and did not get the best of starts on her debut at Newbury (6f, good to firm) but stayed on in decent style to get within a neck of a subsequent Class 2 fillies’ conditions stakes winner Partitia and was in front of Promising who was only just beaten in a Group 3 at Goodwood thereafter. That form looks strong. Trained by Ralph Beckett, the juvenile daughter of Invincible Spirit should be good enough to overcome an awkward draw in stall 3 in this 6f fillies’ maiden.

EQTIRAAN (Salisbury 2.50) beat the promising Rivet on his debut at Ascot in July but did not look an easy ride when failing to settle early on in the Group 3 Solario Stakes at Sandown last month. Richard Hannon’s string has not been firing on all cylinders of late, but if the colt is to justify his Dewhurst Stakes entry, then he surely must run a big race in this 6f conditions race.

AL NASSER ALWASHIK (Nottingham 4.05) was up in trip to 1m1f in a bid to get off the mark at the fifth time of asking in July and was not beaten far subsequent winners Cote D’Azur and Shufoog in an apprentices’ handicap at York. Still open to improvement, the Roger Fell-trained three-year-old is back to a mile and goes off a mark of 73 in a competitive heat. However, Silvestre De Sousa is an eye-catching booking and he is worthy of a speculative selection.

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OTHER SELECTIONS

BANGOR: 2.10 Irish Hawke, 2.40 Atlantic Gold, 3.10 Germany Calling, 3.45 WHATSTHATALLABOUT (NAP), 4.20 Supply And Demand, 4.50 Caspian Piper

NOTTINGHAM: 2.00 Commander Cole, 2.30 Mistress Quickly, 3.00 Baileys Apprentice, 3.30 Save The Bees, 4.05 Al Nasser Alwashik, 4.40 Penny Pot Lane, 5.10 Billyoakes

SALISBURY: 1.50 Parfait, 2.20 Koeman, 2.50 Eqtiraan, 3.20 Hope Cove, 3.55 Captain Morley, 4.30 Lilbourne Prince, 5.00 Roderic’s Secret

KEMPTON PARK: 5.40 Nidnod, 6.10 Considered Opinion (nb), 6.40 Dubai One, 7.10 Eugenio, 7.40 Aventinus, 8.10 Charlies Mate, 8.40 Gracesome, 9.10 Swiss Cross

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Tuesday’s top selections

Each day Bet4Causes will provide you with a preview of the day’s racing, 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 Tuesday, September 27, 2016.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

COOLCALMCOLLECTED (Wolverhampton 7.10) has twice gone close over 7f and may be able to gain compensation in division two of the 0-55 handicap. The David Loughnane-trained daughter of Acclamation was given a positive ride by champion jockey Silvestre de Sousa at Catterick last time and only just failed to hold on. If in the same sort of form off a 2lb higher mark, dropping back to 6f may well see her land the spoils on a track where she has run relatively well previously.

STEVIE BROWN (Wolverhampton 5.40) shaped with promise when sixth and unfancied on his Doncaster debut in July. David Brown’s representative somewhat franked that favourable impression when second to Society Red at Thirsk over 7f last month, despite sweating up beforehand. While that was a modest juvenile maiden, a little more improvement can be expected on his all-weather debut tonight, even though he goes up against some potentially fair sorts from big stables.

LARKHALL (2.20 Southwell) is not the easiest to win with but one of his two career successes under Rules came over today’s course and 1m7½f trip last October. The Mike Sowersby-trained nine-year-old has had plenty of chasing experience and there was nothing wrong with his two-and-a-quarter-length second to Gwili Spar at Uttoxeter last time. He runs off the same mark of 79 today.

TOFFEE APPLE (Ayr 5.30) looked to have had something of an off-day when last of 12 at Brighton as a joint-favourite earlier this month. The Keith Dalgliesh-trained filly has twice gone close over today’s course with ease in the ground and while ideally she appears to need further than this mile trip, her stamina should come into play on the likely heavy ground. She will be staying on when others have cried enough.

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OTHER SELECTIONS

AYR: 1.40 Tagur, 2.10 Dark Command, 2.40 Sporty Yankee, 3.15 Esteaming, 3.50 Rioja Day, 4.25 Wayside Magic, 5.00 Sir Billy Wright, 5.30 Toffee Apple

SEDGEFIELD: 2.00 Mixboy, 2.30 Our Reward, 3.05 Kapstadt, 3.40 The Backup Plan, 4.15 Ange Des Malberaux, 4.50 Gvs Irportensa

SOUTHWELL: 2.20 Larkhall, 2.55 Attimo, 3.30 Kamool, 4.05 Ballydague Lady, 4.40 Master Dancer, 5.10 Definitly Grey

WOLVERHAPTON: 5.40 Stevie Brown (nb), 6.10 Enjoy Life, 6.40 Dream Ally, 7.10 COOLCLAMCOLLECTED (NAP), 7.40 Be Perfect, 8.10 Ten Rocks, 8.40 Shadow Spirit, 9.10 Zamaster

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Monday’s top selections

Each day Bet4Causes will provide you with a preview of the day’s racing, 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, September 26, 2016.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

PRECIOUS PLUM (Bath 4.40) scored at Wolverhampton two weeks ago and may well follow up in the second division of the 5½f nursery. Chris Dwyer’s Equiano filly got off the mark at the fourth attempt, having had three previous runs without success at Chelmsford over 5f and 6f. She broke slowly and failed to settle at Wolverhampton, but she stepped up on her previous form off a mark of 65 when scoring by half a length from Coping Stone. She left the impression that there was more to come and Silvestre De Sousa retains the ride.

DANZENO (Hamilton Park 3.50) was unable to take advantage of a drop in class to Listed company over 6f at York last time, having to settle for second place behind Nameitwhatyoulike. However, the Michael Appleby-trained five-year-old has been a regular in Group 1 and Group 2 company all summer, so should appreciate today’s drop into a 6f conditions race on a track that he last recorded a victory, almost a year to the day. Though he has yet to race on heavy ground, his best form has come with cut in the ground.

BALLYBOLLEY (Newton Abbot 2.30) is one of just a trio who line up for the 2m novices’ chase and will find this task a little easier than when last seen running fourth of five to Douvan in the Grade 1 Maghull Novices’ Chase at Aintree in April. The Nigel Twiston-Davies-trained seven-year-old has previously scored in a high-class 2m4f handicap chase at Haydock. Though 1-8 over fences, the experience he has over his two rivals (main contender Marracudja makes his first start over fences) means he looks the one to beat.

TEMPLEROSS (Newton Abbot 3.00) got off the mark at the third attempt under Rules when taking a 2m heavy-ground bumper at Uttoxeter in December, staying on well. He was pitched into better company at Kempton when last seen in February and under a penalty, did well to chase home Bolving. The son of Presenting makes his hurdling debut in receipt of 18lb from Rainy City, who on a couple of modest races in the spring, and the selection looks sure to be at home over this 1m5½f trip.

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OTHER SELECTIONS

BATH: 2.10 Fair Comment, 2.40 Mendacious Harpy, 3.10 Scent Of Power, 3.40 Spring Jim, 4.10 Katrine, 4.40 PRECIOUS PLUM (NAP), 5.10 One Big Surprise, 5.40 Dusty Blue

HAMILTON PARK: 1.50 Perfect Symphony, 2.20 Rock Canyon, 2.50 Hab Reeh, 3.20 Gilmer, 3.50 Danzeno (nb), 4.20 Taking Libertys, 4.55 Big Red, 5.25 Kelvin Hall

NEWTON ABBOT: 2.00 Ivor’s Queen, 2.30 Ballybolley, 3.00 Templeross, 3.30 Miss Tenacious, 4.00 Ruddy Article, 4.30 Agentleman

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Horse racing Lucky 15 – Sunday’s top selections

Each day Bet4Causes will provide you with a preview of the day’s racing, 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 Sunday, September 25, 2016.

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LUCKY 15 SELECTIONS

PROSECUTE (Epsom 3.45) landed a Class 5 handicap at Yarmouth in June, having benefited from a step up to 1m2f. That was only his second try in handicap company and while he thereafter struggled in a couple of stronger races at Newbury and Newmarket, there was nothing wrong with his fine second to Zwayyan at Haydock last time over 1m, in part because David Simcock dispensed with a hood. He is a hold-up horse, so will probably be played late and there is the propensity to find trouble in running. On the plus side, he has one of the best in the business aboard in Jim Crowley and he is only 5lb higher than when scoring at Yarmouth.

PRYING PANDORA (Musselburgh 3.35) got off the mark at the sixth attempt over 7f at Leicester on soft ground in July, but was found wanting when making her first handicap start 12 days later over the same course and distance off a mark of 82. She runs off the same mark and is weighted to reverse form with runner-up Hawatif today, and while her victory came on soft ground, the expected good ground should be fine for the Richard Fahey-trained filly.

TRADING PUNCHES (Epsom 2.10) had been beaten by six lengths or more on his first three starts for David Brown but stepped up the form markedly last time over 7f at Chepstow, slamming 14 rivals in a maiden. The ground was the softest he had encountered but was visually impressive. He makes his first start in a nursery today off a mark of 85, which means giving 5lb or more to his eight rivals. It is a big ask and the suspicion is that he will be better over a mile than this 7f. However, a chance is taken on potential against experience.

JAN SMUTS (Musselburgh 4.45) went close on several occasions before winning a 2m 0-75 handicap at Ripon in May off a mark of 68, but has been a little inconsistent since. Wilf Storey’s eight-year-old is a confirmed stayer who likes to come with a customary late run but he had no chance with Wynford in a 1m6f handicap at Carlisle last time. If he runs to the sort of form that saw him finish a length second to Trendsetter at Carlisle in August, he should go close off his mark of 69 and while there is no guarantee he will off top weight in today’s 1m6f event, this is a race that won’t take a lot of winning.

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OTHER SELECTIONS

EPSOM: 2.10 Trading Punches, 2.40 Defoe, 3.15 Power Game, 3.45 PROSECUTE (NAP), 4.20 Pointel, 4.55 Dame Judi, 5.25 First Experience

MUSSELBURGH: 2.00 My Cherry Blossom, 2.30 Think So, 3.05 Royal Brave, 3.35 Prying Pandora (nb), 4.10 Alexandrakollontai, 4.45 Jan Smuts, 5.15 Bunce

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