Quite a decent handicap in which good cases can be made for Wakool and recent Uttoxeter winner Crack Du Ninian. However, this may be the day to catch THOSE TIGER FEET, who goes well fresh, has winning form on soft ground and is tried in cheekpieces for the first time. Handicap debutante She’s A Rocca is another to consider.
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This looks between the two point-to-point winners and, though he wasn’t impressive when winning a Fontwell bumper, ALAPHILIPPE is likely to prove a great deal better than he showed that day. He’s preferred to Hereford runner-up Velasco.
In a tricky-looking mares’ handicap GLORIOUS LADY, who was tried chasing on her last two starts, is taken to beat Aurora Thunder and Legalized.
With Seemorelights having a long absence to overcome and Glory And Fortune needing to step up considerably on his chasing debut, the two to concentrate on may be Marown and ELVIS MAIL. The first-named is completely unexposed and could be well treated but Nick Alexander’s gelding has more substantial form to his name and may be able to concede weight all round.
This is quite an interesting event in which BIGIRONONHISHIP (nap), who goes well fresh, is taken to make a winning reappearance by beating Glittering Love and Caventara.
A fair bumper containing some interesting newcomers to rules, the best of which may be Lagonda, Minuit Ciel and Without Conviction. However, the previous bumper experience of Fairfield Ferrata and ORDERED LIVES should count for plenty and Fergal O’Brien’s runner is preferred after his promising debut at Ffos Las where the penny dropped a little too late.
The Racing Post’s tips at Ayr on Wednesday
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