Monday Yankee: Brahms heads the list..

Frustratingly, yesterday’s yankee featured a 2 winner haul for the fifth consecutive day.  There are no medals for consistency in multiple betting – that array of doubles makes for marginal gains, but feels like wasted winners, as perm betting relies on clusters of winners.  Here’s hoping for a clusterluck…

The Daily Yankee:

Brahms de Clermont (1400 Kempton), 7/4:  An in form multiple bumper winner, and the best rated of these over hurdles by some margin.  He looks the class act here with main danger Grapevine needing to find the best of his flat form, that may be the risk, but at this 2m trip we expect there to be enough pace on to play to the strengths of Brahms.

Zubayr (1530 Kempton),  9/4 :  By no means the top rated of these over hurdles, but has a healthy flat rating of 90, earned during the last year and featuring several performances on this course and surface.  The 3lb claim of rising star Bryony Frost is a useful added bonus for our nap of the day.

Sunshineandbubbles (1915 Wolverhampton),  11/4 : A model of consistency with two wins a 3rd and two 2nds in last six runs.  Has edged up from last winning mark of 54 to tonight’s 59, but has been unlucky not to win since.  A return to this shorter trip should help.  Outlaw Torn has been winning from the front at Chelmsford and Newcastle.  That’s much tougher here and a mark of 58 might be too much.

Rockley Point (2045 Wolverhampton), 5/1:  Has been frustrating as seems to consistently find trouble.  But back to the mark of which he was short headed over this course and distance in November, returned to form over 7f at Newcastle last time, and the drop back should help.  Stall 3 pretty much ideal, and hopefully no excuses this time.

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