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    Festival Forum Yankees - 2020

    March Yankee:
    Espoir D’Allen @ 5/1 for the Champion Hurdle
    Envoi Allen @ 12/1 for the Ballymore
    Minella Indo @ 20/1 for the RSA
    Defi De Seuill @ 10/1 for the Ryanair

    Best price - 18017/1
    Bookmaker - William Hill

    April Yankee:
    Benie Des Dieux @ 6/1 for the Mares Hurdle
    Paisley Park @ 5/2 for the Stayers Hurdle
    Espoir D’Allen @ 5/1 for the Champion Hurdle
    Tiger Roll @ 13/8 for the Cross Country

    Best price - 384/1
    Bookmaker - William Hill

    May Yankee:
    Klassical Dream @ 6/1 for the Champion Hurdle
    Benie Des Dieux @ 9/4 for the Mares Hurdle
    Chacun Pour Soi @ 8/1 for the Champion Chase
    Kemboy @ 6/1 for the Gold Cup

    Best price - 1432/1
    Bookmaker - Bet365
    Last edited by Middle_Of_March; 06-06-2019 at 02:09 PM.

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    Updated with April

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    Champ Kevloaf's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevloaf View Post
    Just updated it
    Last edited by Middle_Of_March; 06-06-2019 at 02:09 PM.

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    For June’s Festival Forum Yankee, I have a Bet365 best-priced foursome to offer.

    These are:
    Day 1: Felix Desjy 16/1 Arkle Chase
    Day 2: Bright Forecast 25/1 RSA Chase
    Day 3: Gypsy Island 8/1 Mares Novice Hurdle
    Day 4: Lostintranslation 14/1 Gold Cup

    Best Priced 59,669/1 with Bet365.

    Three ran at the Festival this year, Bright Forecast finished with a real rattle to be third in the Ballymore, Lostintranslation ran a cracker in the JLT vs Defi Du Seuil and Felix Desjy bizarrely had a change of running style when running from an unsuitable mid div position, into 5th Klassical Dream in the Supreme. Following this;

    Felix Desjy improved his previous best with a Grade 1 Aintree Win from the front, beating Aramon, and then 11 lengths clear of the third, when a Grade 1 2nd to Klassical Dream at Punchestown.

    Bright Forecast was put away for a Novice Chase season after Chelters with an RPR of 150 and OR of 149.

    Gypsy Island was saved for Fairyhouse and Punchestown Festivals and improved with two wide margin wins.

    Lostintranslation improved his RPR to 165 and OR to 161 when stepping up to 3 miles and beating
    Topofthegame at Aintree. He is already a 7yo, and Colin Tizzard has already mentioned the Gold Cup, which looks a feasible target for all the top staying novices, including this fellah.

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    Top Amateur SeanRock's Avatar
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    Re: LIT & Topofthegames Aintree form. I would personally take the winning margin with a pinch of salt. Topofthegame was clearly overcooked after being cherry ripe for the RSA & never travelled a yard.

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