14:30 Ayr Wed 23 May 2018
C&D winner who was last of all in a competitive Curragh handicap last time, but this much faster surface should see him to better effect. He was in good form prior to that last run.
Irish raider who was far from disgraced in third at Cork last time out. Races off the same mark here over a trip he enjoys (five career wins over 6f) and should go very well.
Hasn't had an impact in any of three races she's been involved in so far this campaign. General form so far isn't exactly exciting and she has improvement to find in order to play a hand.
Flashes of ability both in novice and handicap company, though it's difficult to tell how she'll cope on this quicker ground.
39 race maiden who has run a couple of vaguely promising races on the AW recently, but hasn't looked much closer to getting off the mark when running on turf.
Remains a maiden after 23 races and most of his slightly less poor efforts for previous stable were over 5f. Plenty of questions to answer on debut for this trainer.
Best efforts have come on good to firm ground but not the most consistent and this step back up in trip not certain to suit.
Not as hopeless as some of the maidens who line up here, but most of her best form over 5f and on the AW.
Down the form in all three runs in novice company, and tough to build a case for on handicap debut stepping back in trip.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J S GoldieJ: Nathan Evans|
Lily's Prince (7/4), Mo Henry (11/4), Be Bold (5/1), Taras Way (7/1), Tivra (7/1), Jessie Allan (9/1), Sienna Dream (10/1), Eva Docc (12/1), Fintry Flyer (16/1), Molans Mare (16/1), Ruby Cherub (28/1), Brendan (33/1)
- Sienna Dream
- Mo Henry
- Be Bold
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