Weekend Lucky 15 Horse Racing Tips, Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st June 2020
Here are our latest Lucky 15 picks for biggest races of the weekend. Choose to back to win or each way and cross your fingers for a big payout!
Lucky 15 Betting Tips – Saturday 20th June 2020
- Burmese Waltz at 16/1 (12.40 at Ascot)
- Lyzbeth at 16/1 (2.25 at Newbury)
- Threat at 10/1 (3.00 at Ascot)
- Lethal Lunch at 33/1 (4.10 at Ascot)
Potential winnings from a £1.00 Lucky 15 bet (costing £15.00) is £120,959
Lucky 15 Betting Tips – Sunday 21st June 2020
- Swooper at SP (12.00 at Wolverhampton)
- Holwah at SP (12.30 at Wolverhampton)
- Yukon Mission at SP (1.00 at Wolverhampton)
- Silk Lace at SP (1.30 at Wolverhampton)
Potential winnings from a £1.00 Lucky 15 bet (costing £15.00) is £4255
Weekend Lucky 15 Tips
There’s plenty for racing fans to get stuck into this weekend, with a total of nine British and Irish meetings on offer. Our each way Lucky 15 bets cover the whole spectrum of action; beginning with the final day of the Royal Ascot festival on Saturday, and moving on to Sundays all-weather offering from Wolverhampton.
Saturday Lucky 15 Tips – Ascot
High seems to be the place to be in the handicaps on the straight track at Royal Ascot this week, and we will be following that trend in the opening event over 6f. Having been campaigned at Listed level when with Ger Lyons over in Ireland, Burmese Waltz was clearly held in some regard by her – now classic winning – handler.
Only up 4lb for a tenacious debut success for her new trainer Archie Watson at Kempton, we suspect she may have room to improve by a few pounds yet and can go close. There are plenty of impressive sorts in this seasons Coventry Stakes, with Admiral Nelson in particular catching the eye for Aidan O’Brien. It’s no surprise to see him at the head of the market, but there are four places up for grabs here and the one we want to be on at a double figure price is Brian Meehan’s, Talbot.
This one took a while to realise what was required on debut at Lingfield before quickening up in the style of a smart performer to score cosily in the end. Looking set to be suited by this straight track, the son of Gleneagles is fancied to run a big race 2000 Guineas second and third Wichita and Pinatubo dominate the betting for this years St. James’s Palace Stakes, but we are willing to take a chance that this years renewal of the Newmarket Classic may have been a little below average, and will take the pair on with the Richard Hannon runner, Threat. Notably staying on well when second in the 6f Coventry Stakes at this meeting last year, he goes well at the track and, being sired by a 2000 Guineas winner, may well be suited by this step up in trip.
Take Clive Cox to strike in the Wokingham handicap with his five year old, Lethal Lunch. This one has been running well on the all-weather over the winter, and really caught the eye on his previous outing over this courser and distance. Having travelled well throughout he looked all set to pounce that day, only to see the gap close in front of him. Nicely drawn in stall 22, it is hoped that he will enjoy better luck this time around.
Sunday Lucky 15 Tips – Newmarket
It may only be a Class 5 maiden which kicks off the Wolverhampton card, but there are a few decent form lines on show here. Swooper showed great promise on debut behind Yazaman who has since gone on to run a cracker in the Windsor Castle at Royal Ascot; a race won by Tactical, who in turn finished only just ahead of Gussy Mac and Rooster on debut – both of whom go here. This looks to be between the aforementioned trio, and of the three it is Swooper whose pedigree suggests he will improve the most for this switch to an all-weather surface.
Not so much form to go on in race two on the card, with only the Charles Hills runner Snash having a previous run under his belt. That effort in a Newmarket maiden did show signs of promise, without screaming out that he would be winning next time out. The clear standout on pedigree here is the Owen Burrows trained Holway. Sired by one of the most promising new sires in Kingman, and out of a mare who won at Listed level over this trip, he likely wont need to be anything too out of the ordinary in order to take this on debut.
Take a chance on the John Quinn trained Yukon Mission in the opening handicap on the card. Consistent last season – finishing in the first three in five of six starts – she looked pretty unlucky on her first start of the current campaign, when not getting a clear run until all too late at this track. She’s been dropped a 1lb on the back of that and may belatedly get her head in front for a trainer who has been amongst the winners this week.
Richard Fahey’s Heavens Open is feared in the next event for the Novices, but with that yard seemingly not firing on all cylinders at present, we will take her on with the Mark Johnston trained Silk Lace. This one possibly did too much in front when second on debut at Pontefract last week, but that experience will have served her well, and being by Shamardal she may well even find a bit of improvement for the switch to the all-weather. Jack Mitchell takes the ride and can make a bold bid from the front.
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