Lucky 15 Tips This Saturday
We’re fully focussed on Newbury this Saturday, with three tips coming from there, plus one for the Ayr Gold Cup!
- Mountain Angel at 6/1 (1:45, Newbury)
- Young Rascal at 4/1 (2:20, Newbury)
- Garrus at 9/1 (2:55, Newbury)
- Growl at 9/1 (3:50, Ayr)
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Lucky 15 Racing Tips for Saturday 22nd September 2018
Another Saturday to savour on the racing front with mouth-watering action on offer both north and south of the Scottish border. Our selection in the Ayr Gold Cup in combination with our three best bets on the Newbury card make up this weeks each way Lucky 15.
Lucky 15 Tip 1: Mountain Angel in the 1:45 at Newbury
Roger Varian’s Mountain Angel looks an unpenalized winner to our eyes in this handicap contest. This son of Dark Angel surely would have come out on top at Sandown last time out but for having to sit and suffer waiting for a gap to open whilst being continually shuffled back.
Coming from nearer last than first in the end to ultimately go down by only ½l, he’s officially 4lbs well in here, and whilst the ground may be a little quicker than he would ideally like he has enough in his favour to merit support.
Lucky 15 Tip 2: Young Rascal in the 2:20 at Newbury
Take a chance on Young Rascal to win this on his fist run since the Epsom Derby in June. It can often pay to follow those runners to have been beaten in the Epsom Classic, with Kew Gardens and Roaring Lion being two examples from the current year who spring to mind. Two spots in front of Kew Gardens that day, this son of Intello didn’t seem to be in love with the track and was well beaten off in the end.
Having been off the track since though it seems as though something may well have been amiss. If William Haggas has him back in anything like the same kind of form as when winning the Chester Vase from Dee Ex Bee, then he looks the one to beat here.
Lucky 15 Tip 4: Garrus in the 2.55 at Newbury
We will take gambling on a slight upset in the headline contest on the Newbury card, with Jeremey Noseda’s relative outsider, Garrus, being the one to carry our cash. The manner in which this one hacked up at Newcastle last time out very impressive; looking as though he could quite easily have doubled the 4½l winning margin had he been asked the question.
He cruised home in the end just about on the bridle and it looks interesting that he is stepped straight up in class. This is a tough race with Shine So Bright, True Mason and Kessaar all respected, but at around double their priced, we will take a chance on the potential of this son of Acclamation.
Lucky 15 Tip 3: Growl in the 3:50 at Ayr
In the big one up at Ayr we are going to go in one more time with Richard Fahey’s Growl. This one doesn’t win quite as often as you would like, partly down to always needing an element of luck in running, but he has been performing consistently in events similar to this all season.
He wasn’t quite so good at Chester last time out, but looked to do too much early on in that race. The now six year old took in this race back in 2016 and ran finished an excellent second to Brando. He’s 2lbs lower in the handicap here and looks a solid option to hit the frame at least.