17:35 Ayr Sat 11 August 2018
- QTS Women In Engineering Lady Riders' Handicap (Professional And Amateur Lady Riders) (Class 6)
- 1m, Good to Firm (Good in places)
- 9 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Finished third the last twice including over this trip at Naas (good-to-firm) last time out. Has won off a much higher mark in the past. Also engaged 15:10 Musselburgh Friday.
In good form this year and a winner over 7f here in June. Good efforts in two subsequent outings including under this rider when a neck second at Chester (good) on his penultimate start.
Followed up a C&D victory on good ground by finishing third over 7f here just under two weeks ago. Interesting off a mark 3lb lower than for her latest placed effort.
Gowran Park (good-to-firm) winner over this distance in June. Struggled on his two most recent starts and needs to return to form if he's to take this contest.
Not beaten far when sixth over an extended 1m at Hamilton (good-to-firm) last month. Returning from well over 18 months off the track and debuting for this stable on that occasion.
Placed in a claiming race over this trip at Dundalk a month ago. Fair effort dropping back to 6f last weekend but has a poor record (0/28) on turf.
Struggled in three starts this year including under this rider over 6f at Hamilton (good-to-firm) in June. Probably best watched racing from out of the handicap.
Placed over C&D on soft ground last October. Well held in seven subsequent outings including over hurdles at Perth (good) last time and is racing from out of the handicap.
15 race maiden and beaten 25L in an amateur riders contest at Redcar (1m, good) earlier this month. Racing from out of the handicap.
Last Year's Winner
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|T: Mrs L B NormileJ: Miss C Walton|
Coviglia (13/8), Markhan (3/1), Lucky Violet (5/1), Texas Radio (8/1), Steelriver (10/1), Clary (10/1), Island Flame (12/1), Rioja Day (25/1), Fidelma Moon (50/1), Yair Hill (80/1), Plastiki (125/1)
- Lucky Violet
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