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DAILY LUCKY 15: Wednesday’s Tips | Yarmouth & Southwell

Our best bets for Wednesday’s action at Yarmouth and Southwell

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Today’s Lucky 15 is now live and we have made our selections for Wednesday’s cards at Yarmouth and Southwell.

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Our NAP of the day at Huntingdon did the business and now we’re turning our attention to the midweek fixtures in Norfolk and Nottinghamshire.

Southwell is one of two jumps meetings in Britain on Wednesday
Yarmouth
Single (3:05pm) [Reece’s Pick: +£22.40] & Electric Love (4:10pm) [Dom’s Pick: +£10.37]

Mick Channon’s Single remains with that number of victories in her 20-race career to date but she always gives a creditable account of herself.

She is back down to her sole winning mark with claimer George Bass taking 5lbs off her back and back in trip, she may capture that second illusive victory this afternoon.

Can Mick Channon claim a Yarmouth victory this afternoon?

Later in the card, Electric Love has picked up a duo of silver medals after two bites at the cherry thus far and this looks a weak maiden on paper.

Her Thirsk form is working out well with the third going onto win since and Kieran Shoemark is a solid booking for the saddle.

Southwell
The Devils Drop (5:10pm) [Dom’s Pick: +£11.04] & Witness Protection (5:45pm) [Reece’s Pick: +26.40]

Alan King has enjoyed three victories from 23 runners in a respectable beginning to the campaign and The Devils Drop could be the one to side with here.

Alan King
Alan King will be hoping The Devils Drop can shed his maiden tag over fences today

He remains lightly raced over fences and hugely improved at Newbury on his last start in March.

Only up 4lbs for that effort, the step up in trip is sure to suit him and he is a duel course winner at this track over timber.

In the next contest, Martin Keighley saddles Witness Protection for his first start over the larger obstacles.

Witness Protection and James Best winning at Chepstow Racecourse
Witness Protection starts life over fences on Wednesday

He was outclassed in the Coral Cup but ran well back at Cheltenham in April and has some solid form to his name from last season.

On ratings, his rivals have a bit to find, albeit with some weight in their favour, but he’s a chaser on looks and is a winning pointer, so could take some stopping if finding a nice early rhythm.

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