19:35 Ayr Sat 11 August 2018
Won and placed here last year but struggled in three starts so far this season. Well held on the AW at Newcastle over this trip last time out and others make more appeal.
Winner of 22 of his 49 career starts but well held at Carlisle (1m, good-to-firm) on stable debut and first start in nearly a year back in May. Probably best watched on his return from a break.
Ran well to finish third over this C&D on good-to-firm ground just over a month ago. Disappointing the last twice however and others hold stronger claims.
Successful four times over C&D but held here last time out. Races off a mark 7lb lower than for his most recent success.
Victorious over an extended 1m2f at Dundalk in April. Well held over 1m4f at the same venue the following month and returning from a break for a yard who had a couple of winners here earlier this week.
Running well in defeat since switched to handicaps including when a close third over this trip at Redcar (good-to-soft) earlier this month. One to note with blinkers tried for the first time.
Sole success came over 6f on good ground here on debut. Well held in two starts over this trip in the spring and struggled over 1m last time out. Wears a hood for the first time.
Signs of ability over 5f on second start at two. Struggled this season however and plenty to prove stepping up markedly in distance.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Maulesden May||4||10-0||6/1||Full Result|
|T: K DalgleishJ: G Lee|
Blue Medici (11/4), Royal Regent (3/1), Six Silver Lane (3/1), She's Pukka (4/1), Gworn (6/1), Testa Rossa (9/1), French Flyer (11/1), Maulesden May (20/1), Lyrical Pursuit (25/1), Regarde Moi (40/1)
- Six Silver Lane
- Blue Medici
- She's Pukka
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