As the flat season cools down, Planet Sports tips are still heating up. Here's Luke's tips in a nutshell for Friday, September 24.
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York 4.25 - Emaraty Hero
Luke likes the look of the Grant Tuer trained Emaraty Hero in the two and half mile staying test at York.
Emaraty Hero, a gelding by Lope De Vega, finished second last time out at Haydock in a Class 4 handicap but before that registered two wins on the spin.
The four year-old was victorious at York in a one mile, four furlong apprentice handicap on his penultimate start and, before that, prevailed at Musselburgh.
Sam James gets the leg up at York in the 4.25
Here's a snippet of why Luke has his eye on some heroics.
"I do think this sort of race and a return as well to York with a pretty strong pace promised should well suit him. So, one of the finds of the season for the Grant Tuer yard who have had a fantastic year, all in all. Emaraty Hero can take out the 4.25."
Dundalk 6.15- Livia Celeste
Over to Ireland for a seven furlong maiden at Dundalk on the all-weather and Luke has tipped up the Joseph Patrick O'Brien trained Livia Celeste.
The filly sired by the late, great Galileo, is going the right way, finishing fourth first time out at Leopardstown and then third over seven furlongs at the Curragh in August.
Shane Crosse is the jockey booking and here is why Luke is sweet on Livia Celeste.
"We'll take a chance on Livia Celeste who was fourth on debut, that wasn't a bad run whatsoever, did finish a decent third, was staying on all the while under kid glove riding late on in the piece.
I do think Livia Celeste is capable of better than that and for all that you might look at her and think maybe she'll be a handicap proposition further down the line, I'm not sure that is really the case with her and Livia Celeste can take out this 6.15 at Dundalk."
Newcastle 7.30 - Asmund
Thursday's tipping nip around the UK and Ireland is complete with a selection at Newcastle with Luke liking the consistent Asmund at Newcastle.
Not out of the top three in any of his last six starts, the Declan Carroll trained Asmund was a decent Redcar winner on September 14 over Friday's seven furlong trip.
Zak Wheatley gets the nod to partner Asmund.
Luke has a penchant for Asmund for the following reasons.
"I do think Asmund is open to more on the all-weather surface, obviously it was annoying last time around that he managed to win but it does show him in decent form, we are just going to get a bit of a shorter price regarding Asmund.
Zak Wheatley once again takes the ride, he takes a valuable seven pounds off and he is pretty well drawn as well".