The Daily Yankee:
Sevenna Star, (1520 Windsor), 1/1: Trainer John Gosden has a huge yard stacked with quality animals, it is interesting then when a runner of his in a maiden holds significant future entries. Sevenna Star is being aimed high, but the first step is a Windsor maiden, there will be best laid plans being torn up if he fails to oblige.
Mobsta, (1620 Windsor), 11/8: We were all over Mick Channon’s sprinter on seasonal debut when a huge gamble for a big sprint handicap. He was drawn away from the action and suffered a terribly hampered run, yet still finished a fair fourth. Jockey De Sousa will want to make smend
Panstarr, (1700 Leopardstown), 5/2: This 4yo filly was steadily progressing last year, but showed a big step up with a fine second in a highe grade to this on seasonal debut. It’s not impossible that she could have made a leap forward over the winter, and with fitness assured she can confirm that here.
So You Thought, (1835 Leopardstown), 4/1: By historic standards trainer Dermot Weld had a patchy 2017. One consequence may be some well handicapped horses, and So You Thought can illustrate that here. He has the benefit of a run when a mile in the mud at Navan loved too much. Back to 7f here, we’ll drawn, visored and claiming 7lbs off with Ben Coen, all the stops are out to get him a win.
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