Friday selections for ITV Racing

We have a Lucky 15 for ITV action from Chepstow, York and Newmarket this Friday.

A Lucky 15 consists of 15 bets: 4 singles, 6 doubles, 4 trebles, 1 quadruple. To place a multiple bet, select horses and options will appear on your bet slip. A Lucky 15 each way, as shown below, is therefore 30 bets, and you will get some return if a horse places.

OUTLAW PETER – 2.10 Chepstow

OUTLAW STONE seems potentially out of depth, at least on paper, but Paul Nicholls has a fantastic record in the Persian War and that seems to have been the plan for this horse for some time now. Nicholls has in fact publicly stated that Chepstow will be the likely starting point this season after ending last campaign with a wide-margin debut success at Kempton on May 2, a wise placement that means Outlaw Peter remains eligible for novice hurdles throughout. the season. . Last year’s experience – competing against the likes of Constitution Hill, no less – will stand him in good stead and a decent pitch is obviously fine.

LOSE YOURSELF – 2.25 Newmarket

Some really promising fillies line up in the Oh So Sharp, notably that of Ralph Beckett YOU LOSE. The daughter of Lope De Vega beat the winner of Haydock Conservationist in truly impressive fashion (fourth and seventh also won next time) on this July course trip towards the end of August (replay below), and she looked like the type who would come for the experience. Beckett has his team in good shape and has won this race twice in the past to boot.

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SACRED – 3.00 Newmarket

SACRED skipped the chance to run in the Forest, which seems a good idea given the state of the terrain in France and this Group 2 event could suit him provided there is not much rain. Last month’s Newbury run felt like a critical time for Sacred, connections floating the idea of ​​retirement at the breeding sheds hadn’t played, but she was back on the song, traveling smooth and shooting over six clear lengths, and should be hard to beat here making weight with the boys.


STREETS OF GOLD was placed to great effect, winning all four starts, including a prized prize at the Curragh last month, and it looks like another great spot for the Havana Gold colt. He has already proven himself at this track having won a six-furlong nursery at the Ebor Festival and he goes to any ground that seems like a plus given the changing forecast.



He ran a cracker came back at six furlongs when he was second behind Sakheer in the Mill Reef and that seems to suit well for AGAIN SENDING.

Richard Fahey’s charge is proven with a cut in the floor, has a steady pace to sit down that will fit and the race could go perfectly for him.

HOLLOWAY BOY – 2.25 Newmarket

Winner of the Chesham for his racetrack debut, HOLLOWAY BOY has improved in both starts since, chasing Marbaan in the Vintage Stakes at Goodwood and Nostrum in the Tattersalls Stakes here last time out.

It’s the best form on the table in this area, it will improve further as it goes up to a mile and has proven itself on the course. He sure looks fine.

CHALDEAN – 3.00 Newmarket

He’s won his last three and Dewhurst’s test should be fine CHALDEAN ideally.

Winner of York’s Acomb and Champagne Stakes at Doncaster recently, Andrew Balding’s charge is improving with the run and will jump to try and do it all.

It will take a smart colt to overtake him when meeting the rising terrain and he sets a fair standard for the likes of Nostrum and Naval Power to aim for.

GIBRALTAR – 3.40 Newmarket

He won his last two and GIBRALTAR can improve Willie Mullins’ already fine record in the Godolphin Cesarewitch Club.

A good winner at Leopardstown in July, he followed at Tramore the next time around and while seven pounds heavier, Saffie Osborne takes on three. He’s also likely to relish this extended endurance test and with just 8lbs and 2lbs to carry, expect a bold offer.

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