14:30 Ayr Mon 29 July 2019
Seasonal reappearance; generally consistent over a variety of trip last season and has been hurdling this spring. Hard to rule out completely but connections still not sure of his ideal trip.
Won two nurseries last season but yet to come to hand to date this term and in current form is easily passed over.
Made the frame in three of her last four starts including two thirds at this track over an extended 7f. Handicap mark remains high enough but no reason she can't again be in the thick of things.
Hinted at a little ability in three juvenile events over 7f last term but faded to be well beaten in handicaps at Thirsk and Pontefract this season but entitled to improve and one to consider.
Not the most consistent; better effort last time out over course and distance (raced on wrong side) and if improving on that he has a reasonable chance.
Best efforts have come on soft ground and off since November. Hard to recommend unless the heavens open beforehand.
Enjoys racing over this course and distance and put up her best performance in a while on her penultimate stat at this track. Can spring the occasional surprise so deserves closer inspection.
Sole win in 47 starts came at Chepstow last summer when drawn on the favoured side. Has not been disgraced on last three starts but his record shows he is hard to win with.
AW Newcastle winner earlier this season; slightly improved effort last time out over course and distance and it would not be a surprise to see him in the shake-up.
23-race maiden who has ability over a variety of trip. Probably best over this trip and with a little cut in the ground. Hard to recommend strongly but not out of it on best of form.
Out of form for most of 2018 and has struggled in four starts so far this time around. Well handicapped on old form but probably best watched being so far out of the handicap.
Well beaten on all her starts over a variety of trips and surfaces. Very difficult to make a case for from so far out of the handicap.
Last Year's Winner
House Deposit (11/4), Cardaw Lily (9/2), Forever A Lady (5/1), It's Never Enough (9/1), Jessie Allan (10/1), Star Cracker (12/1), Arogo (12/1), Sienna Dream (18/1), Jacksonfire (20/1), Indiaro (20/1), Palavicini Run (40/1), Milabella (50/1)
- Forever A Lady
- It's Never Enough
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