15:00 Ayr Mon 29 July 2019
Three-time winning hurdler bought from Dan Skelton for £13,000. Remains quite high in the handicap and well beaten on recent stable debut back on the Flat. Would prefer softer ground, so quite a few negatives against him.
Three times a winner between 1m2f-1m4f. Well beaten on his last two outings. May need some relief from the handicapper to being really competitive but comes from a stable proven at improving staying horses.
Mixed bag of performances after two years off the track; latest effort was one of the better ones at Doncaster over 1m7f. Trainer has good reputation with this type and a look in the market may be advantageous.
Seem to relish the step up in trip last time out at Pontefract (2m2f) after wind surgery and a change of scenery. Should improve on that effort and one to consider.
Won this race last season off a similar mark but yet to really fire this season including over C&D last time out. Certainly one to think about especially if the ground eases slightly from forecast fast.
Had been showing a nicely progressive profile before disappointing last time out at Doncaster; if able to bounce back from that there is no reason why he should not get competitive.
Generally campaigned on the AW but has shown a progressive profile three turf outings to date with his best effort coming over C&D last time out. Form of that race hard to work out but definite chance if running to his best.
Backed up his good seasonal reappearance run at Redcar when scoring well at Yarmouth latest; up 6lbs for that but could still be on the upgrade and definitely one to watch in the market over this longer trip.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Question Of Faith||7||9-5||5/2||Full Result|
|T: M TodhunterJ: Callum Rodriguez|
Land Of Oz (4/5), Forewarning (5/1), Lord Lamington (13/2), Hugoigo (10/1), Attention Seaker (10/1), Buyer Beware (12/1), Shine Baby Shine (12/1), Question Of Faith (18/1), Wynford (100/1)
- Land Of Oz
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