13:45 Ayr

Monday 13 July 2020

All12:0512:4013:1513:4514:2014:5015:2015:50
  • QTS Investors In Young People Handicap
  • Class 6  |   7f 50y  |   Good (Good to Firm in places)  |   10 Runners  |   Turf
  • Weighed In
  • Off time: 13:45  |   Winning time: 1m 30.5s
1st
2
(8)
9/2
T: Liam BaileyJ: D Tudhope
In touch in mid-division, headway on outside over 2f out, led over 1f out, ran on, pushed out op 4/1 tchd 5/1
2nd
¾
5
(4)
9/4f
T: G BoanasJ: J Fanning
Chased leaders, effort over 2f out, every chance over 1f out, kept on inside final furlong op 2/1
3rd
nk
9
(6)
10/1
T: J S GoldieJ: Kevin Stott
Held up towards rear, switched right and headway over 1f out, kept on, went 3rd close home op 18/1
4th
½
1
(5)
13/2
T: Grant TuerJ: Connor Beasley
op 8/1 tchd 6/1
5th
2 ¼
8
(3)
9/2
T: M WalfordJ: Jason Hart
Led, headed 2f out, no extra final 100 yards op 4/1 tchd 7/2
6th
nk
6
(1)
14/1
T: Miss L A PerrattJ: Ben Robinson
Chased leaders, not much room over 2f out, soon switched left, no impression op 22/1
7th
nk
10
(10)
50/1
T: M MullineauxJ: Phil Dennis
Prominent, driven over 1f out, no impression final furlong
8th
2 ½
3
(7)
11/1
T: Mrs R CarrJ: J P Sullivan
Always towards rear op 9/1 tchd 8/1 and tchd 12/1
9th
1 ¾
4
(9)
18/1
T: Rebecca BastimanJ: D Allan
Towards rear, pushed along over 3f out, well beaten final 2f op 16/1 tchd 20/1
10th
14
7
(2)
22/1
T: I JardineJ: Jamie Gormley
Slowly into stride, sluggish and always behind op 16/1

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Betting Breakdown

Tote Win:£4.90Pl:£1.90, £1.20, £3.00EX:£17.50Trifecta:£131.30Tricast:£95.91SF:£14.93Swingers:£2.80, £6.70, £4.70

Forecasts

Great Colaci (9/4), Lagenda (9/2), Carlovian (9/2), Swinging Eddie (13/2), Jessie Allan (10/1), Chaplin Bay (11/1), Lucky Violet (14/1), Roaring Forties (18/1), Colour Contrast (22/1), We've Got The Love (50/1)

Verdict

With plenty that like to come from off the pace in this there could be another chance for Carlovian to make all again although he encounters a better surface and a furlong longer trip this time up to his highest winning mark. Given those circumstances GREAT COLACI shades the decision despite coming second to Moretti who was narrowly beaten by Carlovian on her previous start. Trained by Gillian Boanas the 7yo looks in decent form currently and this isn’t a strong heat. Lagenda would need to return to his best form to win this but he has a shot at the places along with Chaplin Bay who may need a stronger pace than he’s likely to get here to show his true worth.
  1. Great Colaci
  2. Carlovian
  3. Lagenda

Prize Money

1st: £2,782.002nd: £828.003rd: £414.004th: £207.00

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