18:10 Ayr Tue 7 August 2018
Won a poor claimer for Amy Murphy and his limitations have been exposed since. Back amongst his peers in a poor race but he still looks a shade too high in the weights based on that Beverley success.
Had been making steady progress until racing too freely last time. Down in grade and drawn to get more cover this time.
Yet to beat a rival in three starts. Comes from a yard that knows what they are doing with two-year-olds but much more needed to make an impact.
The form of her Catterick fourth would probably be good enough to land this, but she only beat one home next time and she is hard to evaluate.
Did not see out the extra furlong at Hamilton on Saturday, but finished just behind stable companion Don't Tell Dandy prior to that at the same venue. There is little to separate them on form and a market check is advised.
Has not shown much so far but he makes his handicap debut in a weak affair. This is more his level and it will be the first time he has had a sound surface on turf.
Showed plenty of speed in a Ripon seller last time and the third has won since. This looks little better and she looks nicely treated on nursery debut.
Has looked a short runner in her first three starts but can now go handicapping off a lowly mark. Will get few easier opportunities to show her worth.
Improved effort last time despite being trapped out wide and 3lb out of the handicap. Down in grade and has to go on the shortlist.
Well-beaten at huge odds on each start having been outpaced. Out of the weights here and only an inspired gamble would earn her a second look.
Last Year's Winner
Tobeeornottobee (11/4), Northern Society (3/1), Macho Lady (5/1), Geography Teacher (11/2), Caramel Curves (8/1), Don't Tell Dandy (14/1), Hey Jazzy Lady (18/1), One One Seven (25/1), Micronize (25/1), Miss Maben (80/1)
- Caramel Curves
- Northern Society
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