We head to Will Rogers Downs in Oklahoma for a ten race Tuesday programme which is live on Sky Sports Racing and free to view on Paddy Power.com. We’re going to play a Super Yankee on the first five races.
Jockey Ty Kennedy has been going through a cold spell over the last few days. One of the top jockeys here, he has gone 11 rides without a winner. We take him to put a halt to that cold spell with the aptly named Just What I Needed. Greg Compton’s filly stayed on well in third on her first start here May 4th. We take her to step up from that and take this weak maiden claimer.
My Password has failed to place in her three starts to date and finished behind our selection latest. She represents a strong stable/jockey combination and is worth a market check.
Jockey David Cabrera has won on 6 of his last 15 rides. He rides Lindante in this claimer for a hot trainer in Karl Broberg. Broberg’s won with 4 of his last 7 runners and will be looking to add to that recent tally with Lindante who was just touched off when favourite over course and distance May 4th.
Cookies Are Good has been running in better races than this at Delta Downs and would be well capable of getting in the mix is stripping fully fit after an 82-day absence. He could be a value each-way play.
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Mr Midtown was beaten a short head by the useful Smok’n Policy over a mile here earlier this month. He had a huge lead turning for home after setting fast fractions that day. This drop to 6 furlongs tonight looks sure to suit.
The versatile Rock Boy Indian also drops in distance and has a decent gate draw to work from. He was closely matched with our selection behind Smok’n Policy and is rated the main danger.
Little Bubs has failed to land a blow in both starts to date. Scott Young’s charge is stepping up markedly in trip tonight and could represent each-way value from this ideal inside draw. Things may have just happened too quick for this smaller than usual colt and the longer trip could see him race closer to the pace this time. We’ll chance him each-way ahead of the grade dropping Mayfair Heights and Midnight Drama.
Brew Casa has made the frame in 8 of her 16 starts. Karl Broberg’s filly is stepping back up in class after leaving the cash in the satchels over course and distance April 27. It’s worth noting that she finished a respectable fourth in this grade in March when ridden by Paulina Ramirez.
Hot jockey David Cabrera, who rode her last time, retains the ride tonight and we feel she could represent decent each-way value tonight. Bright Bling rarely finishes out of the frame and has placed in both starts here. She could be a solid alternative.
8.45pm – Little Bubs @ 11/1 (each-way)
9.15pm – Brew Casa @ 12/1 (each-way)
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* All odds correct at time of posting and are subject to change.