15:30 Ayr Sun 19 January 2020
Unplaced in five starts over hurdles, and wasn't exactly the most fluent at Naas (2m3f) a fortnight ago; it's somewhat of a guessing game as to exactly how much ability she possesses; has the benefit of having the champion jockey on top.
Slowly improving with experience for the very capable Rebecca Menzies; broke her duck at the 14th attempt with a narrow win at Catterick (3m1½f, soft) ten days ago; looks to be a key player from a 5lb higher mark.
Maiden (0-10); has left the care of JP Dempsey since finishing 8L second to Ask David at Punchestown (2m4f, good to yielding) in February 2019; consult the market for advice on stable debut (first start for 333 days).
Well travelled five-race maiden; has undergone wind surgery since finishing in the rear in a Downpatrick maiden hurdle (2m5½f, good) in September; a rare runner for Caroline Mccaldin at Ayr.
Won twice on a sound surface during the summer of 2018 (Cartmel and Bangor); theoretically is competitively handicapped, but wouldn't make much appeal over 2m5f (on heavy) after a couple of modest efforts so far this season.
Five-race rules maiden (0-13 in point-to-points); was beaten 11L (fifth) by the then in-form Theflickeringlight at Wetherby (2m3½f, soft), and that gives her a slight squeak; noteworthy that Danny McMenamin takes over in the saddle.
30L winner of a Hexham mares' maiden hurdle (heavy) in November 2015; precious little to shout about during the course of 2016 (dismal form figures); was seen in a slightly better light at Newcastle last month - could progress for that run.
Last Year's Winner
|T: P A KirbyJ: Thomas Dowson|
That's My Dubai (9/4), On We Go (4/1), Hermanus (4/1), Innis Shannon (5/1), Longtimesincejaspr (11/2), Lady Maureen (11/1), Miss Lanefox (40/1)
- On We Go
- That's My Dubai
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