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Nico de Boinville makes the long journey south today (Wednesday) to take two rides at Ayr’s final meeting of 2019.
His first mount is on Lossiemouth in the Book Now For The Coral Scottish Grand National Maiden Hurdle over 2m 4f at 1.40pm. The four year-old, trained by Tom Lacey in Herefordshire, is the winner of two National Hunt Flat races and finished fifth in a maiden hurdle at Aintree last month.
In the afternoon’s feature race, the Book Now For The Ayrshire Wedding Show Handicap Chase over three miles, de Boinville and Lacey team up again on Polydora. His main opposition appears to be the Maurice Barnes trained Bafana Blue who has won four of his last six starts.
Two recent course winners clash in the Ayr Racecourse Gift Vouchers Available Now Mares’ Handicap Hurdle, a Northern Lights Mares’ Hurdle Series Qualifier, over 2m 4f at 2.15pm. Lucinda Russell’s Aurora Thunder was successful in a maiden hurdle last month on the same day as Jessiemac, trained by Ian Duncan, landed a conditional jockeys’ handicap hurdle.
The action concludes with the Christmas Parties At Ayr Racecourse Mares’ Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race over two miles. Nicky Richards has an excellent record in this type of race and runs She’s A Rocca with Danny McMenamin riding.
Ayr Racecourse Club owned Pudding Chare put on a star performance yesterday romping clear to win division one of the apprentice handicap over seven furlongs by two and a half lengths.Read More
We would like to thank everyone for their support, patience and understanding following the cancellation of this year’s Coral Scottish Grand National Festival due to horseracing in Britain being suspended.Read More