ITV Racing Tips: Warwick & Kempton

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We look ahead to all the ITV live action from Kempton, which includes the Lanzarote Hurdle.

ITV Racing microphones in the hands of a presenter.

This week’s ITV Racing tips are for Saturday the 15th of January, when the cameras will be at Warwick and Kempton for a selection of top quality races. We have betting picks for all of the live racing tomorrow afternoon, with the first race from Warwick off at 1:18pm.



Venetia Williams is in cracking form at the moment and Brave Seasca heads the market in what looks a good race. He is unbeaten so far this season but is up in class and he faces some tough opposition. Not Available should be thereabouts, but my selection is Sky Pirate.  

After speaking to Nick Scholfield, he thinks they have a great chance. He tackled the best horse in training last time out and this will be much easier. If you backed Nick to a pound stake this season you would be £93.13 up! 

Selection – Sky Pirate – 10/3 


Threeunderthrufive has a special name, and he has a special talent. He is by far the best horse in this race and will no doubt tackle a major race at the Cheltenham Festival. It is hard to find a horse that will beat him in this field, but Doyen Road has had a strong season so far and will no doubt put it up to the favourite.  

Selection – Threeunderthrufive – 8/13 


The Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle is an interesting race, and our ambassador Aidan Coleman looks to have a great chance with Surrey Quest. He is unbeaten so far this season and the form looks good, but Party Business will prove strong opposition and will no doubt take him all the way to the winning post.   

Selection – Surrey Quest – 2/1 


A top handicap chase is up next and Gericult Roque about heads the market for David Pipe and Tom Scudamore. He has hit the crossbar a couple of times this season and is not well handicapped. Achille is my idea of the winner in this race, and he has the assistance of my mate Charlie Deutsch on-board.  

Selection – Riggs – 5/2 



Lock’s Corner is a course and distance winner, but his recent form is shocking, I still think he has legs in him and well worth a punt in this field. Champagne Court will be fancied by many and the step up in trip should suit, but I think he is vulnerable.  

Selection – Lock’s Corner – 10/1 


Silvinaco Conti is an absolute legend and this race should have attracted more entries, but trainers don’t seem to want to run their horses until Cheltenham. Mister Fisher looks to have a good opptunity here and is the class horse in the race. I know the owners did not really fancy him in the King George as he was outclassed. If the top form Eldorado Allen turns up, he will be hard to beat, but that’s not guaranteed.  

Selection – Mister Fisher – 7/4 


You can’t look away from Green Book, he has great form and one of the best jockeys in the business on board. Up For Parol is a horse that catches my eye, he won his last outing and kept on well at the finish, he is up in distance, but that is sure to suit. 

Selection – Up For Parol – 17/2 

Let us finish the day at Kempton with some tottie because I am all over Mc Tottie. He ran an excellent race in the Grand Sefton at Aintree, but unfortunately things have not gone his way since. In a wide-open race Caribean Boy is top of most people’s list, but I just cannot have him at the short price. 

Selection – Mc Tottie – 12/1 

Dave has worked in the horse racing industry for over 7 years. He has worked with some of the biggest names in the racing world, including Sir AP McCoy, Sam Twiston-Davies, Emma Spencer, Aidan Coleman, and Nick Scholfield to name a few. Dave has worked at all the major racing festivals in the UK and Ireland, including Royal Ascot, the Cheltenham Festival and the Grand National.
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