The Daily Yankee
NAP OF THE DAY: Super Six, (1405 Newbury), 2pts win, 6/1:
a tricky contest but the key lies in whether the Twiston-Davies trained Super Six has turned a leaf. He has looked frustrating earlier in the season but absolutely sauntered home at Haydock last time. The pessimist would call him quirky and unlikely to defy a weight rise. I am more an optimist, and that run at a track not dissimilar to this one was hopefully the start of a surge in form.
Inneston, (1330 Newbury), 3/1: ran a terrific race at Sandown when looking the likely winner of the valuable EBF final until caught near the line, still finishing well clear of the rest. The 7lb rise is not a concern, the 14 day gap between races is a more legitimate issue. The Moore yard do well in this post festival time of the season and it’s worth risking that they can keep this fella fresh.
Aubis Walk, (1440 Newbury), 8/1: a valuable race for its type and one some trainers target as soon as Cheltenham aspirations are ditched. Nicky Richards rarely ventures too far south, but will have been driving the horse box for days to get Aubis Walk down to Newbury, and we should take the hint. She has been steadily improving and whilst the form of her last win was nothing special, the style was and it worth risking her to arrrive late.
Calgary Tiger, (1630 Newbury), 4/1: took a long injury break before returning with two quick runs this Spring, winning both. Has crept up the weights but was deeply impressive at this track last time. Course form matters here and that smooth win augurs well for todays test.
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