Say Hi will enjoy a step back in class into the first at Sandown Park tonight and looks tough to beat. The son of High Earner put together two impressive performances and win in January and is far better than his two most-recent (both luckless) results suggest. He’ll need to step well from Box 6, but he is more than up to winning at this class.
Lochinvar Deus has been a strong and consistent performer this time and looks over the odds to salute in the third at Sandown Park tonight. The two-year-old son of Magic Sprite has recorded a career total of nine wins and sixteen minors through forty-three competitive appearances and worked home well to finish third at this track and distance after running into early interference last time. He has recorded the fastest time of any dog in the field under the conditions.
Back Up #7 Priority Pass
Last start winner Priority Pass has already received some interest and looms as the major danger. I’ll be using a Back Up.
Lektra Spring had no luck in running last week, but she looks a serious greyhound and can return to winning form in the fourth at Sandown Park tonight. The daughter of Spring Gun flew home to finish a close-up second on debut last month before stringing together three dominant wins, all over 525m at The Meadows leading into her most-recent appearance. She’ll ping the boxes tonight and is every chance of leading the whole way.