Lucky 15 Horse Racing Betting Tips

Lucky 15 Tips – Saturday 19th January 2019

Here are our latest Lucky 15 picks. Choose to back to win or each way and cross your fingers for a big payout! (Odds quoted are from bet365 and are subject to change.)

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  • Magic Of Light at 4/1 (1:50, Ascot)
  • Seddon at 4/1 (2:25, Ascot)
  • Brain Power at 7/2 (2:40, Haydock)
  • Valtor at 9/2 (3:15, Haydock)

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Lucky 15 Horse Racing Tips This Saturday

The National Hunt action continues in full swing this coming Saturday, with quality cards on offer from both Ascot and Haydock, and many prime Cheltenham Festival contenders on show. Our two best bets from each of those cards make up this week’s each way Lucky 15.

Lucky 15 Tip 1: Magic Of Light in the 1:50 at Ascot

The Paul Nicholls runner If You Say Run undoubtedly deserves her place towards the head of the market if judged on ability alone, but doesn’t look anything like straightforward and clutched defeat from the jaws of victory when veering left in the closing stages last time out. She looks risky and preference is for the Jessica Harrington-trained Magic Of Light. Brought over for a Listed contest at Newbury in December, she was fancied to go well, and certainly did in turning the race into a procession. She’s up to Grade 2 company here but if running to anything like that level again, seems sure to be involved in the finish.

Lucky 15 Tip 2: Seddon in the 2:25 at Ascot

Tom George’s Seddon is fancied to land this handicap hurdle contest and pay a handsome compliment to leading Supreme Novices’ Hurdle candidates Angel’s Breath and Elixir De Nutz in the process. He has proved no match for that duo in his two most recent starts, but we fancy time may show there is absolutely no shame in that. What interests us most here though is the 3f step up in trip. The six year old couldn’t live with the pace of Angel’s Breath last time out, but was staying on most encouragingly to go down by eight lengths in the end. With more distance and no Supreme favourite to contend with here, he is fancied to go very close.

Lucky 15 Tip 1: Brain Power in the 2.40 at Haydock

Nicky Henderson’s Brain Power isn’t the most straightforward of horses, and it didn’t quite go to plan over fences as consistent errors at his obstacles proved to be his undoing. He may not be the best jumper of a fence, but what he does possess is a lot of class. Class he showed when dropped back to the smaller obstacles in the International Hurdle last time out. The winning margin was just under two lengths that day but to our eyes he had plenty left in the tank, only really needing to be ridden out in the straight. Having proven good enough to land one of the key Champion Hurdle Trial’s already, he is fancied to do so again here.

Lucky 15 Tip 2: Valtor in the 3:15 at Haydock

Stick with Henderson in the staying chase on the Haydock card. Valtor was a rock-solid performer over in France – finishing sixth in what is their equivalent of the Gold Cup – and could scarcely have made a more positive impression on his debut for his new yard when sluicing up in a Listed handicap at Ascot. He looked capable of making his presence felt a higher level that day, with his magnificent jumping being particularly impressive. This is admittedly tougher, but he had eight lengths in hand at the line last time out and looks up to this.

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