15:50 Ayr Wed 14 November 2018
Son of exceptional jumps sire Presenting showed promise when fourth of 11 in Southwell bumper in May, his lone start to date. Form of that race working out well enough so could be ready to improve on that now.
Son of Mahler bought for £85,000 after a promising third in a 2017 point-to-point. Nice prospect but suspicion this will be sharp enough and trainer only ordinary record in bumpers.
Newcomer by Fair Mix out of a dam well beaten in lone bumper but full sister to a point-to-point winner and half-sister to a bumper and hurdle winner. Trainer won with three of five bumper runners this season so respected.
€8,000 son of Gold Well closely related to numerous hurdling and point-to-point winners. Trainer not known for success in such races and none from 11 this term.
Failed to win in four point-to-points although showed some ability. Remote thirds the last twice suggest he has plenty to prove now switched to this level.
Unraced son of Ask cost connections €16,000 at the sales in August last year. Dam an unraced mare from the family of Mister Morose and The Proms and market support would be interesting on debut.
Jeremy filly out of a Kings Theatre mare related to Our Conor, Jer's Girls and multiple winner Unison. Top yard three has exceptional record in bumpers but looks second string on jockey bookings.
Placed last twice and may have bumped into a superstar when second last time out. Top yard three from six in bumpers on these shores and won 14 such races back home in Ireland already so leading contender.
Unplaced in two point-to-points and two bumpers to date. Well beaten fifth latest at Galway gives her a fair bit to find here so others are preferred.
Last Year's Winner
Dona Katharina (2/1), Holme Abbey (11/4), Arion Sky (6/1), Do Not Disturb (7/1), Rhythm Divine (8/1), Nothing Man (9/1), Bally Conor (12/1), Express Des Mottes (14/1), Lemon T (14/1), Izzy's Champion (28/1), Mistermoonboy (66/1), Southeast Rose (66/1)
- Dona Katharina
- Bally Conor
- Holme Abbey
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