Today's racecards

Ayr

  • 14:10 Carling Lager E.b.f. Maiden Stakes7f 50y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf

Result

  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 36.45s
  • Off time: 14:10:41
14:10 Ayr Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Tut (IRE) 6/1
2nd Golden Shaheen (IRE) 15/8

Racecard

No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (6) Royal blue Golden Shaheen (IRE)
Nag me
2 9-3 Saeed bin Suroor D O'Donohoe 15/82.88
2 (7) 7P Purple, Red chevron, Yellow sleeves and cap Ochilview Warrior (IRE) 16
Nag me
2 9-3 R Bastiman D Tudhope 100/1101.00
3 (3) 3 RED, YELLOW sash, striped sleeves and star on cap Weekend Millionair (IRE) 33
Nag me
2 9-3 P D Evans P Hanagan 7/42.75
4 (1) 56 Dark Green, Emerald Green stars on sleeves, Dark Green cap, Emerald Green star Bonasera (IRE) 56
Nag me
2 8-12 A Berry Billy Cray (7) 100/1101.00
5 (4) Black, yellow stripe, checked sleeves, white cap Brootommitty (IRE)
Nag me
2 8-12 I Semple P Makin 10/111.00
6 (5) 7 Red, Black sash and cap Land Of Plenty (IRE) 20
Nag me
2 8-12 M Johnston R Ffrench 15/28.50
7 (2) 3 Pink, red epaulets, white sleeves, orange cap Tut (IRE) 56
Nag me
2 8-12 A P Jarvis Martin Lane (5) 6/17.00

Verdict

Paul Hanagan has a good record when riding for David Evans and the pair team up with WEEKEND MILLIONAIR who is narrowly preferred to newcomer Golden Shaheen in a race that lacks strength in depth. The selection made his debut in a Chepstow maiden that looks decent form for the track. He looked pretty green on that occasion but got the hang of things late on and should relish the extra yardage this afternoon. Bonasera and Ochilview Warrior have both shown very little in two runs, and more of a threat may come from the once-raced Land Of Plenty who shaped with a degree of promise at Haydock last time. The drop in trip may not be a bad move at this stage of her career and she cannot be overlooked. Tut steps up in trip and that move should suit this half-sister to Solaria, so watch the market for signs of encouragement, however most danger may come from Golden Shaheen. The Godolphin newcomer made 150,000 guineas as a yearling and he is related to plenty of winners, including as juveniles. Not a strong race, where Brootommitty wouldn't need to be a world-beater to feature on debut, but it is Weekend Millionair who can come out on top.