14:00 Ayr Wed 23 May 2018
Big Bad Bob colt who cost €11,000 as a yearling. Not exactly the most exciting pedigree and yard is 1-84 with two-year-olds in the past five years (across both Britain and Ireland).
Dutch Art colt who cost £50,000 as a yearling. Yard tends to do well with its juveniles and he's a half-brother to a couple of winners at two. Of the more interesting newcomers.
Sea The Moon colt who is a half-brother to a couple of winners internationally, but yard doesn't have the best overall record in novice races.
Ran okay on debut over 5f at Ascot last time and steps up in trip here. This distance shouldn't be an issue and he could put his previous experience to good use.
Kingman colt who cost 35,000gns as a yearling. First of his sire's progeny to be seen on course but the signs are he should eventually improve for a bit further than this.
Leroidesanimaux filly related to a few winners. Though this yard typically does well with two-year-olds, she's bred to appreciate further than this in time.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Chookie Dunedin||2||9-2||10/1||Full Result|
|T: K DalgleishJ: D C Costello|
Two Blondes (11/10), More Than This (11/4), Wild Hope (11/2), Dame Freya Stark (7/1), Devil's Angel (8/1), Must See The Doc (20/1), Bobs Authority (40/1)
- Two Blondes
- More Than This
- Wild Hope
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