Tuesday Yankee: Sweet on Harry Beau…

Cross My Mind (tipped at 5/2) was a fourth winning nap in the last five when grinding out at a win at Windsor last night. Let’s hope to keep that going….

The Daily Yankee

NAP OF THE DAY:  Harry Beau, (1815 Chepstow), 1pt win, 3/1 generally available 

David Evans’ consistent front runner has been in good form all season including a win and a second in two runs here.  He may have been unlucky to be pipped by the wide running Wahaab last time here and reopposes a pound better off, with Rossa Ryan’s useful 3lb claim to add, and with the quickening ground much more to his liking than his rival.  An uncomplicated bounce him out and make all ride, he shouldn’t be headed.

Noteworthy, (1400 Brighton), 15/8 : this Richard Hughes trained filly returned from a wind operation with a fair 2nd at Kempton.  That form alone is enough to win this poor event, but there is a theory that horses need the beneficial experience of one post- operation run to realise the full uplift.  If that’s the case then this should be simple.

Where’s Jeff, (1445 Hamilton), 6/4 :  has looked hugely improved as a 3yo and completely romped away with a competitive looking event at Newcastle last week.  The 6lb penalty hardly looks adequate and this should be a routine follow up win.

Roy Rocket, (1530 Brighton), 6/4 : the definition of a course specialist with all 7 career wins here.  Has twice followed a course win with another, and has the chance to do the same here after an easy win last week.  Has more wins at last week’s 12f than this 10f, but backing him in form looks the overriding influence.

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