Saturday selections for Warwick and Kempton

We have a Lucky 15 for Saturday’s ITV Racing from Kempton Park and Warwick.

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.

ANNSAM – 1.30 Kempton

Three miles on a right-hand track seems fine ANANSAM perfectly and, having dropped back to 135 – just 1 pound heavier than his Listed victory at Ascot in December 2021 – the eight-year-old trained by Evan Williams looks set to strike. He wasn’t dishonored in the Coral Gold Cup when he last visited, but he’s occasionally jumped to his right and will really enjoy coming back clockwise.

PIC D’ORHY – 2.05 Kempton

Pic d’Orhy isn’t quite top class but is absolutely made for races like the Grade 2 Silviniaco Conti Chase and is a confident selection to add to his Kempton tally after winning the Pendil here last February . After undergoing wind surgery in the summer, this season has gone brilliantly with wins at Newton Abbot and Huntingdon, getting the better of Millers Bank with something to spare in the Peterborough Chase last time out. He can successfully concede 2 pounds to Paint The Dream, who may be a bit flattered by his revised official rating of 160 after a wide win at Newbury last time out.

Moon Hunter – 2.25 Warwick

No real stars in this year’s Ballymore Leamington Novices’ Hurdle at Warwick and it’s worth changing MOON HUNTER may find that the necessary improvement is a major factor. He certainly looks like a horse just doing what he needs to do to win his first two hurdle starts at Wetherby and Doncaster late last year, and in-form trainer Henry Daly is holding him in very high regard. estimated. It travels strong and jumps well, while it has a winning points form over three miles, so it could be perfectly suited for this test.

THE BOMBER LISTON – 3.35 Warwick

Ashtown Lad is the big eye-catcher here as he’s able to run 3lbs lower than when he won the Becher Chase last month, but it’s worth pointing out he had a pretty tough run to Aintree that day and could be better watched on his way back to obstacles. Preference goes to Nicky Henderson THE LISTON BOMBER who ran as the exit may have been needed in a 2m5f Kempton Handicap won by Ashtown Lad stablemate Gray Dawning on Boxing Day. It was The Bomber Liston’s first rotation since he covered over three miles at the Punchestown festival last spring and he boxed well in the closing stages after apparently taking a hit on his way home. Yeats’ son is 5 pounds off the handicap here due to “co-owner” Sire Du Berlais at the top, but he remains unexposed and still looks potentially well handicapped.

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