15:05 Ayr Mon 16 July 2018
All the way winner at Carlisle nine days ago over 1m1f (good to firm) and should give his running again, albeit the handicapper hasn't missed him with an 8lb hike.
Yet to progress from fair debut over am at Thirsk in April, though did show a bit more on handicap bow at Wetherby (1m2f, good to firm) and could be capable of improving.
Twice a winner over a mile, including at Thirsk in April, anything but disgraced in pair of Class 3 turf events at Doncaster thereafter before being well held on the AW at Newcastle. Headgear returns and looks to have sound claims here.
Dual course winner, over shorter trips, latest C&D third reads well however and looks likely to be in the firing line again.
Represents yard in flying form but best known as a sprinter until now, finished second over extended-mile at Beverley last time (beaten 11L) and stamina for this trip is to be taken on hope (well beaten at Haydock last month on sole try).
Last Year's Winner
|5||Lucent Dream||6||9-9||7/4||Full Result|
|T: J C McConnellJ: P Hanagan|
Odds On Oli (6/4), Rock N Rolla (5/2), Blue Medici (5/1), Remember Rocky (7/1), Maulesden May (15/2), Branscombe (9/1), Doon Star (12/1)
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- Maulesden May
- Rock N Rolla
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