13:40 Ayr Wed 13 November 2019

  • Book Now For The Coral Scottish Grand National Maiden Hurdle (Class 5)
  • 2m 4f 100y, Heavy
  • 10 Runners
  • Winner£3,444.002nd£1,011.003rd£506.004th£253.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:5m 22.2sOff time:13:40:15
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1
411-0OR:
80/1

No sign of ability in three Irish point-to-points and cheek pieces now go for Rules debut but not hard to look elsewhere.

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2
511-0OR:
25/1

Won a bumper in June when trained in France but too keen when well beaten on hurdling debut here last month and hard to make a positive case for.

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3
411-0OR:
4/5

Held in high regard as a bumper horse winning at Newcastle and Carlisle last winter. Lost a shoe on hurdling debut at Aintree last month when midfield but must be capable of better with that experience behind him and big player here.

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4
411-0OR:
25/1

Showed some ability in bumpers last season including placed efforts here and at Carlisle. In rear when falling four out on hurdling debut here and likely to need more time.

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5
611-0OR:
6/1

Soft ground point-to-point win in October 2017 and fetched £100,000 at the sales shortly after but has taken until now to make debut for present connections so presumably has had his problems.

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6
511-0OR:
40/1

Won a good ground point-to-point in May but 80/1 for hurdling debut here last month when midfield and likely to come into his own when handicapping further down the line.

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8
511-0OR:
16/1

25/1 on hurdling debut and jumped none too fluently when 28L fourth and needs to take a big step forward to play a part here.

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9
411-0OR:
100/1

Poor form in point-to-point and maiden hurdles for Joseph O'Brien and sold since last seen for just £800 so impossible to make a positive case.

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10
611-0OR:
7/2

Off the mark at fourth time of asking in soft ground point-to-point last winter and took major step forward from hurdling debut when creditable fourth at Carlisle recently. Tongue tie clearly worked there and no surprise it's retained today.

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11
411-0OR:
11/1

Good ground point-to-point win in April and joined current connections for £53,000 on the back of that. Weakened run-in when 8L fifth on hurdling debut at Hexham last month but should be fitter in this contest.

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Non-Runners

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Shaws Bridge47
611-0OR: -
T: G ElliottJ: Craig Nichol

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
Highland Hunter511-011/4
T: Miss Lucinda V RussellJ: D R Fox

Betting

Forecast

Lossiemouth (4/5), Shaws Bridge (3/1), Victory Echo (7/2), Rath An Iuir (6/1), Whateva Next (11/1), Skiddaw Tara (16/1), Portstorm (25/1), Elu Secret (25/1), Scullys Forge (40/1), Chasing Charlie (80/1), Tuatha De Dannan (100/1)

Verdict

Tom Lacey does well with those he takes on a long trip to this track and with LOSSIEMOUTH surely capable of building on his hurdling bow last month, he can take his record at this venue to 4-12 over the last five years. Victory Echo improved plenty for the first time tongue tie at Carlisle recently and a repeat of that will see him pose a threat. In a race with little depth Whateva Next appeals as the each way alternative.
  1. Lossiemouth
  2. Victory Echo
  3. Whateva Next

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