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GLAMOUR and racing collide at Ayr Racecourse tonight (Saturday) with QTS Ladies Night.
The seven race card kicks off at 5.35pm with the course’s only race of the season that is confined to lady professional and amateur riders – the QTS Women In Engineering Lady Riders’ Handicap.
Course winner Coviglia, trained by Jacqueline Coward and ridden by Joanna Mason, contests this and comes up against a few Irish raiders including Texas Radio from the John James Feane yard.
The QTS In The Community EBF Novice Stakes at 6.05pm has eight runners going to post and the only previous winner is Fuente, trained by Keith Dalgleish and ridden by Phillip Makin has to give weight all round.
The feature race of the night is the QTS Ladies’ Night Grand Spectacular Handicap over the minimum trip of five furlongs and recent course winner Oriental Lilly, trained by Jim Goldie and ridden by Jamie Gormley, looks interesting as does Iain Jardine’s She’s Pukka, the mount of Graham Lee.
The action concludes at 8.35pm with the longest race of the evening the one mile seven furlong Avesta Compliance Ltd Handicap and John Butler sends Forbidding on the long trip from Newmarket with Connor Beasley riding.
Gates open at 3.35pm.
Issued by Iain Ferguson on behalf of Ayr Racecourse. For further information please contact Iain Ferguson on 01292-294972 or 07795-565691.
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