Sunday Yankee: Oh Boy, time for a change of luck…

Desperately unlucky throughout yesterday’s Yankee with the narrow defeat of 3pt Nap Presidential rounding off a day of frustration, in which opener Rio Ronaldo’s shockingly unlucky 4th also robbed many of us of the each way acca.

The Daily Yankee:

NAP OF THE DAY:  Boy In The Bar, (1540 Doncaster), 1pt win, 5/1 generally available 

Trainer Ian Williams has been a genius for us this season and he looks to have primed useful sprinter Boy In The Bar to strike again.  Slow to find form this season, he showed something close to his best at Epsom in a good race last time.  He is on a winning mark and this race looks there for the taking.

Storm Ahead, (1410 Doncaster), 5/2:  Tim Easterby’s 5yo has been steadily improving this season whilst his handicap rating continues to slip back to a juicy mark.  He handles quick ground but won’t mind any rain.  His last run was an excellent staying on third at Ripon where coming from behind is nigh on impossible.  This track should be much more his scene.

Wicked Sea, (1425 Salisbury), 6/4:  This filly has shown absolutely nothing until her first experience of Salisbury here last week when very narrowly beaten.  Well clear of the rest that time, she gets a chance to race off the same mark here, and this weak race looks a simple task.

Maygold, (1725 Salisbury), 5/2:  looked really progressive when an easy winner at Goodwood last time.  Didn’t break too well that day which can be the kiss of death on that track, but ultimately quickened well for a tidy success.  This is a good little race but she is very much on the up.

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