14:30 Ayr Mon 18 June 2018
Winner of a three runner contest at Carlisle (1m1f, heavy) on debut last September. Held in two starts since and penalised for that success.
Winner over hurdles at Perth (2m, good-to-firm) in June 2016 but disappointed after and returning from nearly two years off the track when well beaten on Flat debut at Hamilton (good-to-soft) last time.
Decent sixth on sole start for Ralph Beckett in spring last year but well held at Carlisle (7f, good-to-firm) on debut for this yard last month and steps up in trip for this.
Unraced for previous yard and finished well beaten over 1m on good-to-firm ground on debut earlier this month. Others make more appeal.
Improved on his debut effort when finishing third over 1m on good-to-firm ground here last time out. Stepping up in trip on this occasion.
Unraced gelded son of Captain Gerrard out of a six time winning mare. Interesting to see how he fares on racecourse debut.
Decent effort in finishing third over an extended 1m at Hamilton (good-to-soft) on debut last month but well held subsequently. Stepping up in distance.
Unraced Duke Of Marmalade filly out of a mare who was the winner of four races. Worth a check in the market on debut.
Last Year's Winner
Home Before Dusk (5/2), She's Pukka (3/1), Magic's Boy (9/2), Butterfly Lily (9/2), Sweet Marmalade (9/1), Doon Star (20/1), Dubai Shen (22/1), Glasses Up (28/1)
- She's Pukka
- Home Before Dusk
- Dubai Shen
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