Friday Yankee Plus…

Kerching !!…A nice start for the inaugural Yankee Plus post yesterday with three winners from four in our yankee providing a profit of 7 to 8 times total stakes.  We’ll try and follow that up with more of the same…

The Daily Yankee:

Kansas City Chief (1455 Catterick), 1/1:  Won without breaking sweat last week, and useful amateur claims back most of the penalty, should be a simple repeat.

Mount Oliver (1605 Catterick), 13/8:  Same trainer jockey combo as Kansas City Chief and also comes here ready to defy penalty for recent win.

Stringybark Creek (1945 Wolverhampton) 7/1:  two pensioners to beat at head of market, this youngster has benefitted from AW surface and longer trip, and is just 1lb up from Lingfield win.

Vincenzo Cocetti (2015 Wolverhampton) 6/1:  Should be sharper for recent comeback run, has great course form, and looks well weighted

A yankee is 11 bets over 4 horses, comprising 6 doubles, 4 trebles and an accumulator.

 

The Gamechanger:

Rolling 10 onto:

Quiet Company (1830 Dundalk) 14/1:  With all the market leaders in tricky outside draws, there is room for a shock and this horse is a pound lower than when doing just that here in September.

The Gamechanger aims to win 10k from just 10. The bet rolls from day to day when winning, and once stakes allow for the next winner to deliver 10k, then stakes are scaled for that return to equal 10k with any excess treated as returns. (eg if the bet rolls to 3k and the next selection is 4/1, then 2k is staked, and the other 1k taken as profit).

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