Monday Yankee: Lou is due…

Nice to follow us Saturday’s good day are ascot with a winning nap yesterday as Tricky Dicky upset the favourite as anticipated at Pontefract, and we trust another sprinter to keep the running going today…

The Daily Yankee

NAP OF THE DAY: Louie De Palma, (1910 Windsor), 1pt win, 7/2:

Lacked consistency last season when returning from a long injury break but has been much better this time around. Won well at Ascot and a brave effort from the front last time resulted in a close second splitting useful duo Flavius Titus and Spanish City. Up a few more pounds but well drawn to attack again, and can prove very hard to pass. We always like Open Wide here, but his outside draw looks no help.

Hey Ho Let’s Go, (1630 Chepstow), 4/1: a big field of sprinters but the two 3yos looks the focus. Jungle Juice is unpenalised for a front-running win last time but may struggle to dominate this much bigger field. Hey Ho Let’s Go has only had four runs and his handicap debut was full of promise when a free running third over 7f. The drop back here should be ideal and he can only get better.

Sovereign State, (1700 Chepstow), 7/2: lots of pacesetters in this field and that can set it up for fast finisher Sovereign State. He swept by late to win here last time and whilst that form is nothing special this is a track that rewards course specialism and he may be able to follow up.

Revolutionise, (1840 Windsor), 7/4: maybe a short price for a large field sprint but the Varian horses were in spectacular form at Ascot and this one looks well ahead of his mark. Would have won his handicap debut at Lingfield at this distance but ran too freely to fully last that 7f. This step down should suit and a track that suits prominent racers looks ideal.

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