Saturday all-weather Lucky 15 could return £73k for 25p each-way stake

Laura Pearson Furzig

Racing at Cheltenham has been called off on Saturday as the track is currently waterlogged in places. January is always a horrible month for national hunt lovers. The weather gods are usually always against us but with that in mind, we do have two lovely all-weather cards to look forward to. We have our sights set on cards at Kempton and Lingfield. Adrian Wall has picked out four outsiders to form an each-way Lucky 15. At the time of posting, it returns over £73,000 for a 25p each-way unit stake with William Hill if all four runners win.

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12.00 Lingfield

Roman Spinner is drawn widest of all in stall ten which is far from ideal but over 1m 2f it might not be too big a deal. The mare won here off a mark of 72 in the past and is now running off 9lb lower. She looked in need of a step up in trip when a never nearer 4th at Lingfield over a mile latest so she is interesting upped to 10f for the first time.


14.00 Kempton

Vibrance returns to the Flat for trainer James Fanshawe after a spin over hurdles last month. Sent off 5-1, she failed to land a blow at Fakenham and she will much prefer the sharp right-hand bends of Kempton. Her record around here reads 4-2-1-1-1-3-1-3 and Benoit de la Sayette is a highly promising seven pound claimer.


14.35 Kempton

Aced It is having his first run for the Camilla Poulton stable after a 134-day break. A former inmate of the Joseph O’Brien stable in Ireland, he takes a big step up in distance on stable debut. He has bits and pieces of form that would make him a major player in this, most notably when 4th at Galway off 72 last July.


16.05 Lingfield

It’s A Love Thing seems to have been running races with handicaps in mind and the gelding finally runs in his first handicap here. Adam Kirby is a top booking who loves it around Lingfield, a course where he can dictate the pace from up top. Stepped up to a mile for the first time, this is a very interesting lightly raced runner.


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