Lucky 15 Tips: Saturday 16th March 2019
Here are our latest Lucky 15 picks for the 2019 Cheltenham Festival. 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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- Townshend at 11/1 (2:40, Kempton)
- Magoo at 10/1 (3:00, Uttoxeter)
- Value At Risk at 12/1(3:15, Kempton)
- Ms Parfois at 6/1 (3:35, Uttoxeter)
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Lucky 15 Horse Racing Tips – Saturday 16th March 2019
The Cheltenham Festival may be over, but the racing doesn’t stop, with yet more quality action in store on Saturday. Topping the bill is the Midlands Grand National from Uttoxeter. Our selection in that marathon contest, together with our three other best bets from around the country make up this week’s each way Lucky 15.
Lucky 15 Tip 1: Townshend in the 2:40 at Kempton
Take a chance on the Nigel Twiston-Davies runner Townshend in this competitive handicap hurdle. Formerly with Willie Mullins over in Ireland, this one was rated as high as 135 over the smaller obstacles in his pomp, only to lose his way somewhat. Having shown very little in his first two starts for his new yard, he has now dropped to a mark of 128, which looks to be a rating he can be more than competitive off. Still only eight years old, and having taken a big step back in the right direction when a staying on second at Wincanton last time out – on what was his first start since a wind-op – he looks the one to be on.
Lucky 15 Tip 2: Magoo in the 3:00 at Uttoxeter
Bryony Frost and Paul Nicholls provided one of the highlights of the Cheltenham Festival with the success of Frodon in the Ryanair Chase and are taken to score again here with Magoo. Having just his fifth hurdle start here he remains unexposed and has shown enough of late to suggest that a mark of 127 may be fair. He looked to go for home a little too soon at Sandown last time out but was still only beaten by two lengths. A winner on heavy ground and with Bryony taking over in the saddle, he can at least make the frame again.
Lucky 15 Tip 3 Value At Risk in the 3:15 at Kempton
Dan Skelton has been amongst the winners at the Cheltenham Festival and looks to have a live chance of carrying that form into the weekend with Value At Risk here. Only 2lbs higher than when scoring at Market Rasen two starts back, he remains fully 12lbs below his career high rating and is potentially still well handicapped. He flopped last time out at Uttoxeter, but that’s just the type of horse he is – never seeming to run two races alike – and at the prices he looks worth chancing in what looks a winnable heat.
Lucky 15 Tip 4: Ms Parfois in the 3:35 at Uttoxeter
Take the Anthony Honeyball trained mare, Ms Parfois to land the big one. This one heads here having last been sighted in the Ladbrokes Trophy at Newbury. She ran well for a long way that day only to tire in the closing stages. With that being her first run in over 200 days though we are happy to forgive her that, and the fact that she was aimed at such a classy contest is a testament to the undoubted ability she possesses. Having finished a close second in a National Hunt Chase at the Cheltenham Festival we have no concerns on the stamina front and conditions here look likely to suit.
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