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AYR Racecourse stages a seven race card on Monday June 18 with the action coming under starter’s orders at 2.00pm with a novice auction stakes over six furlongs for two year-olds.
Keith Dalgleish could turn out the filly Diamonique quickly after her third at Pontefract last Monday with Phillip Makin taking the ride.
The feature race, the five furlong handicap at 3.35pm, sees last year’s winner My Name Is Rio line up for trainer Michael Dods while Keith Dalgleish’s Lomu also has winning form on the track. Jim Goldie runs Primo’s Comet who got off the mark at the seventh attempt at Newcastle recently.
The final race of the day is a six furlong sprint handicap where the horses will be ridden by lady amateur riders and Jim Goldie has a few entered here including recent course winner Fintry Flyer.
Following Monday’s meeting Ayr stages a double header with the Ayrshire Magazine Noughties Night on Friday June 22 and Scottish Sun Raceday on Saturday June 23.
For more information on racing at Ayr go online at www.ayr-racecourse.co.uk or call 01292 264179.
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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