The Daily Yankee
NAP OF THE DAY: Lincoln Park, (1510 Nottingham), 1pt win, 5/2:
He seemed to be back to his best when making his first appearance for his new yard at Haydock recently. That was a good quality event and this is a distinct drop in class. Hasn’t raced at 5f for a while but was leading at this distance at Haydock and this looks his for the taking.
Court Jurado, (1420 Musselburgh), 6/1: keeps getting placed without winning and characteristically travels like a winner before fading late on. This speed favouring flat track is probably as low a test of stamina in National Hunt racing, and if the genius of jockey Brian Hughes can nursey him home anywhere it should be here.
Breakfast, (1450 Musselburgh), 11/2: was a winning juvenile hurdler in 2018 before that season was cut short by injury. Hasn’t been seen since until finishing last on the flat a few weeks ago. That was not as bad as it sounds, might have blown away any cobwebs, and stable and jockey remain in good form. This sharp track should help.
Dulas, (1820 Kempton), 5/1: could do with breaking a bit sharper from the stalls but has shown plenty in his last few runs when running in well from poor positions. Still looks handily weighted and in veteran jockey Joe Fanning he has a pilot likely to be alive to his starting antics.
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