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The Ayr Racecourse Club owned Pudding Chare put on a star performance at his home track yesterday romping clear to win division one of the apprentice handicap over seven furlongs by two and a half lengths.
It was an impressive performance and came just 24 hours after he had finished third in a seven furlong handicap at the track on Sunday. The horse benefited from a really positive ride from leading apprentice Sean Davis.
Danny Tudhope stretched his lead at the top of the Jockeys’ Championship when he rode a double from two mounts at Ayr Racecourse yesterday.
He was a single win ahead of Oisin Murphy going into the first race, the six furlong maiden, and he always looked confident on board the Keith Dalgleish trained Volatile Analyst. Despite running green the two year -old always had plenty in hand of his four rivals.
Danny’s second win came in the feature race the £15,000 totetrifecta handicap over five furlongs on Arecibo for trainer David O’Meara and this 7-1 chance stuck his neck out to win on the line by a head.
The biggest field of the day was in the toteexacta handicap over six furlongs and this was won cosily by Kinch trained in Ireland by Ger Lyons and ridden by Donagh O’Connor.
RACING at Ayr today goes ahead after the track passed an inspection. The star attraction at the track is champion jockey Richard Johnson who has five mounts on the seven race card.READ MORE
Too Many Chiefs is fast becoming an Ayr specialist and racked up his third win at the track in two months yesterday when winning the Jump To It And Join Racing UK Handicap Hurdle race.READ MORE