Three good chances on a Sunday afternoon at Addington

The rain has disappeared and it looks set to be a super afternoon in the sun at Addington. We have three nice chances today starting with Yuri in Race One.

Race One - Yuri

First up last Thursday, Yuri stepped brilliantly from the unruly and was in front after 400m. However, a series of lead changes from the 1800m saw Yuri awkwardly placed four back the markers with a lap to go. Able to get off the markers and onto the back of favourite Eurokash from the 700m, Yuri gained a good drag into the race from there. On the day, the two year old Eurokash was much too good, winning by five and a half lengths, but Yuri was equally as good, finishing nearly seven lengths in front of Build A Bridge, a rival today.

While there are some new runners today, including Makura for the very in-form Hope stable, we think that a repeat of last week's first up run, will see Yuri very hard to beat today for his owners Colin and Nancy Hair.

Yuri's first up second last Thursday behind Eurokash

Race Six - Wyatt Waller

Wyatt Waller was first up for the best part of eight months when resuming at Addington last Friday. He went around in a very strong maiden field, in a race won impressively by Dhaulagiri. While well drawn on that occasion, Wyatt Waller had to be steadied coming off the gate, after pacing roughly early. He still managed to find a nice spot in the raunning, three back on the markers. Into the clear at the 200m, Wyatt Waller finished the race with real purpose to be beaten just over a length by Dhaulagiri, with Twilight Bromac splitting the pair.

The draw is no help today - the outside of the second line over the 1980m trip - and he is likely to be giving expected favourite Crackator a start at some point, but we think that Wyatt Waller must still regarded as an eachway hope, particularly if the tempo of the race is in his favour.

Wyatt Waller was a nice first up third on the track last Friday

Race Eight - Prodigal Guinness

Prodigal Guinness started off his current campaign, with a nice run for second last Thursday. He had shown a lot more consistent form in his last campaign and a good first up run was expected. He did not disappoint, storming home for second behind Terror The Christian. He is back behind the mobile gate today and takes on a handy field in junior drivers company with Korbyn Newman to drive. If he races up to last week's run, he must be a strong chance, but will need some luck from a wide draw. Providing he gets the required run, he must be at least a place chance. Sagano, Tiebreaker and Jaffa Josh are the three hardest to beat.

Prodigal Guinness was a very nice second on the track last Thursday

Posted: Sun 07 Jun 2020

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