16:30 Ayr Thu 19 September 2019
Kempton winner back in March and has made a good start to new yard. Latest second at Epsom (6f, good) in August and only 1lb worse off this time round. Leading player.
Dual winner between June and July but currently struggled off revised mark, including 2L fourth in 5f Nottingham handicap last month. Only dropped 1lb but place claims on best form.
Looked a spent force of higher marks earlier in the season but took advantage in tumble down the weights with game success in 5f Catterick handicap. Only 2lb worse off and yard is coming into form. Respected.
Winner of a weak Thirsk handicap back in June but found wanting off higher mark., including sixth of seven in 5f Thirsk handicap last time out. 3lb drop suggests he's being given a chance by the handicapper.
Twice a winner this season despite her age and hitting form again in last couple of starts, including head defeat in 5f Catterick handicap last time. 2lb rise seems a bit harsh but offers each-way appeal.
Musselburgh winner at the start of the reason but regressed slightly in recent starts. Last of 11 at Hamilton (5f) in July results in some wind surgery. Interesting to see if that has worked the trick.
In flying form despite his veteran status, taking a veteran's spring at Catterick before respectable third at that venue (6f) last week. 3lb better off in this and dangerous to rule out.
Losing run stretches back to July 2018 and running poorly all season. Latest lacklustre effort at Carlisle (5f) leaves him with plenty to find.
Made it two wins this season after some lacklustre performances when landing 5f Wolverhampton handicap last month. 4lb rise seems fair and should be primed to give another bold account.
Not in the finest form earlier in the season but wind op seemed to work not disgraced in fifth at Catterick (5f, good) earlier this month. Entitled to come on for that effort but still a bit more needed on ratings.
Catterick winner earlier in the season but struggling of late in the weights, including 6L defeat at Catterick (6f). Tough ask off same mark in this.
His second at Musselburgh (5f) in June offers the best bit of form recently but struggling of late in lesser company and faces an uphill task in this. Readily opposable.
Six-race maiden but took a step in the right direction when 3L sixth in 6f handicap at this venue in July. Not seen since and may be progressive but more needed in this.
Six-race maiden and bombed out with 32L defeat at Musselburgh (1m) earlier this month. Short of room that day so excusable but this is a drastic step down in trip.
Second in class 6 Musselburgh handicap in August but well below that level since. Latest 11th in similar handicap at that track leaves a lot to be desired. Visors turned to.
C&D winner in the past but out of sorts this term. Couldn't take good oppurtunity when 5L seventh at Musselburgh (5f) last time and looks up against it.
On a long losing run dating back to July 2018 but put in an improved performance with 2L fifth at Musselburgh (5f) last time out. This is a deeper contest though and others preferred.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D O'MearaJ: D Tudhope|
Orange Blossom (9/2), Militia (7/1), Burmese Blazer (17/2), Chookie Dunedin (10/1), Liamba (10/1), Mr Greenlight (12/1), Pavers Pride (12/1), Arogo (12/1), Dream House (16/1), Landing Night (16/1), B Fifty Two (16/1), Rolladice (16/1), Gamesome (20/1), The Defiant (20/1), Economic Crisis (20/1), Blank Canvas (25/1), Jessie Allan (28/1), Star Cracker (33/1), Our Place In Loule (50/1), Corton Lass (50/1)
- B Fifty Two
- Orange Blossom
- Landing Night
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