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DAILY LUCKY 15: Monday’s Tips | Windsor & Leicester

Our best selections for this evening’s cards at Windsor and Leicester



AD4DK8 Royal Windsor racecourse. Image shot 2006. Exact date unknown.

With a winner, runner-up and a non-runner on Saturday’s bet, our team have made our best selections for the evening’s racing at Windsor and Leicester.

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Hollywood Lady (5:20pm) [Dom’s Pick] & Stake Acclaim (6:20pm) [Reece’s Pick]

Ralph Beckett’s Hollywood Lady improved for the switch to turf when going down a nose at Newbury last month.

The winner, however, went onto finish a close second in Listed company last week and that form makes good reading as she tackles some more exposed sorts.

Ralph Beckett
Ralph Beckett will be hoping to land the opener at Windsor on Monday

A Sea The Stars filly, the step up to one-and-a-half-miles should suit her well and she’s taken to land a first career success under Rossa Ryan.

Later in the card, Dean Ivory’s Stake Acclaim repartners claimer Callum Hutchinson as he bids for a second course-and-distance success.

Only 1lb higher than that victory earlier this month, he may well be the answer with track history a big factor in his favour.

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Mobaadel (6:35pm) [Dom’s Pick] & Grey Fox (8:05pm) [Reece’s Pick]

William Haggas looks to have found a good opportunity for Mobaadel to shed the maiden status at the third time of asking.


The form from his last outing at Newcastle hasn’t worked out too badly and he represents a yard who are flying currently.

He carries experience over some of these rivals and could present plenty of value at the current prices.

Emma Lavelle saddles Grey Fox who bids for a second win in a row following his easy Windsor victory earlier in May.

Emma Lavelle’s Grey Fox aims for a quickfire double in the East Midlands

He’s been raised 9lbs as a result, but won with any amount in hand at Berkshire on his last outing and Kieran Shoemark is back in the plate.

Dominic Chapman is senior content writer at Low6 with a passion for horse racing. He provides a NAP and NB every day throughout the week on selected National Hunt and Flat cards in both Britain and Ireland. Additionally, he hosts the Paddock Picks Podcast with former Welsh Grand National-winning pilot, Charlie Poste - the pair interviewing and discussing current racing topics with a special guest every week.