Monday Yankee: Moi ploy joy?…

The Daily Yankee

NAP OF THE DAY:  Anemoi, (1510 Chepstow), 1pt win, 7/2:  

A good looking handicap and a great chance to back Harry Whittington’s Anemoi on his chasing debut.  Reportedly schools well and is made for chasing and trainers are creatures of habit, and this yard won this race last year with a horse who subsequently provided their first Cheltenham Festival winner.  Anemoi may not scale the same heights, but he could well be good enough for this.

Neverbeen To Paris, (1448 Kempton), 18/1:  a  cracking edition of the Pertemps Qualifier series that sees one of our favourites, The Cashel Man, and recent Cheltenham eye-catcher Spring Goddess both looking attractive.  But on what could be a good day for the Whittington yard, Neverbeen To Paris looks significantly over-priced on his return to hurdles, on favoured good ground, and at a track where he was an easy winner on his only previous visit.

Queen Of Kalahari, (1805 Southwell), 7/2:  has a fantastic record at this track and although up in the weights, the form of her third here last time looks good enough to win this.  She has a good looking draw and should be able to add a sixth course win.

Cape Greco,  (1935 Southwell), 9/4:  a few of these are experiencing this unique surface for the first time, and history suggests it’s much better to go with those who know their way around here.  Cape Greco has course form of 2144 here this year, and looks ready to win again.

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