14:10 Curragh Sat 12 May 2018
Requinto colt is a half-brother to 5f winner Accalia, makes debut here and potentially going to find a couple of these too strong on paper.
Alhebayeb colt cost €15,000 as a yearling, is a half-brother to multiple winners and no reason this trip won't suit for a starting point.
Seventh foal by No Nay Never out of the Group 3 6f-winning dam Theann. Finished third in 5f Naas maiden on debut, no surprise to see improved effort for Ballydoyle team going typically well.
Vocalised colt, plenty on pedigree to suggest he'll be best suited by a longer trip in time but worth noting for this firm on debut, sporting a tongue-strap.
Galileo colt whose dam was a two-year-old winner over 5f, makes debut here and faces a few notable newcomers. Market can steer.
Sir Percy colt cost connections €22,000 as a yearling. Sent off 25/1 and finished last of five on debut over 5f at Dundalk on AW last month.
Last Year's Winner
Land Force (11/10), Wargrave (13/8), Indigo Balance (5/1), Vocatus (8/1), Biltmore (12/1), Gotohawkeye (14/1), Wolfofmountstreet (25/1), Gee Rex (33/1)
- Land Force
- Indigo Balance
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Ben Linfoot seeks out the value in the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup and he's taking two against the field, while he has two other bets on the undercard.
Simon Holt feels Get Knotted will revel in the testing conditions on Saturday - he has three tips for Willam Hill Ayr Gold Cup day.
Oli Bell's strongest Saturday fancies all run at Ayr and include Tommy Taylor in the the big betting race of the day.