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AYR RACECOURSE 5-40 Race Date 22/04/17 | Horse Racing

AYR RACECOURSE FORM

Cap St Vincent

Cap St Vincent is a 4yo from the Paul Nicholls stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 16f race which taking part here at Ayr.

has ridden Cap St Vincent in the past when competing for a race but the form of that race would be said to be indifferent or typical.

Moving onto the conclusion for this runner and with only what could be described as acceptable or tolerable form this one can just be given an average chance here for this event.

Recent Form – Trainer Below Average – Jockey Average

Rooster Spirit

Rooster Spirit is a 4yo from the R Mike Smith stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 16f race which taking part here at Ayr.

For this runner I think its best to look at its results for the last twelve month to try and make a case for backing it. Finished 3rd in a race that took place on the 14/02/2017 which was a Stakes race, but with that said the form still looks below average.

This is a Stakes in which Rooster Spirit with the help of Callum Bewley will attempt to take first prize, however with the jockey only having an inferior 5% strike rate over the last twelve months this does not look like it will happen, not today in any case.

This runners overall form looks to be below par for a race like this but it could possible be worth an each way provided that it had longish odds.

Recent Form – Trainer Below Average – Jockey Below Average

Saint Freule

Saint Freule is a 4yo from the Lucinda Russell stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 16f race which taking part here at Ayr.

Based on form this one I don’t think should be on most punters short list as its overall form does look to be bush-league and not up to what others look capable of running to. However if we look back to a race that took place on we can see it did finish unknown when today’s jockey was in the hot seat.

Set to be ridden by Derek Fox for the Lucinda Russell and is a 4yo which may be a problem because the jockeys 6% strike rate over the last twelve months when ridding a 4yo.

With some bush-league performances and a below par rating I don’t think this one should be on many short lists and would not think the winners prize will be going back to the Lucinda Russell yard.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Above Average

Manetti

Manetti is from the I R Ferguson and would appear to be a talented sort and looks to have an above average chance here at Ayr

Manetti looks to be a capable Gelding with some praiseworthy form especially when Tom O’Brien is ridding, one of these such races was at on the and while we would like it to be more recent I feel it is still a valuable form line.

A accomplished competitor for an event like this and also one who appears to have a chance, not top rated but then again not to far away and when you through in its splendid form it all adds up to a worthy participant.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Average

Cool Mix

Cool Mix is a 5yo from the Iain Jardine stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 16f race which taking part here at Ayr.

Over the past year Cool Mix appears to have delivered some ordinary results including an unplaced effort at Musselburgh on the 20/01/2017 when unplaced and makes this ones form look run of the mill.

Progressing onto the trainer to gaze at how their recent form has been in Stakes races and it appears to be fair and while this may not be ideal it is satisfactory.

Has admissible but intermediate form and would only be of general interest if the odds are in our favour which would mean an each way bet might be on the cards.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Below Average

Flashing Glance

Flashing Glance is a 4yo from the Tom Lacey stable who has some praiseworthy form on which to recommend for this 16f race which taking part here at Ayr.

This runner looks to have above average form and one of the reasons is its proven form when taking part in Stakes races like the one today. In finishing 3rd in a race on the 26/11/2016 it proved itself to be capable of winning a race of this nature.

Looking at this runners weight and checking it against the sires current strike rate shows 20% of runners are hitting the right spot.

An accomplished looking runner who looks capable of landing a race like this, it has the form and ratings suggest that its not to far from the top which all adds up to make this a worthy entrant.

Recent Form – Trainer Below Average – Jockey Average

Pym

Pym is a 4yo from the Nicky Henderson stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 16f race which taking part here at Ayr.

has ridden Pym in the past when competing for a race but the form of that race would be said to be indifferent or typical.

A few stats can help when making a decision about a runners chance and with Pym we see it is out of the sire by the name Stowaway who’s offspring have a passable recent strike rate of 11% when running in Stakes races.

With some middle of the road performances and generally indifferent form this ones chances are modest and there are a number of entrants which look better suited.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Above Average

Donna’s Delight

Donna’s Delight is a 6yo from the Sandy Thomson stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 16f race which taking part here at Ayr.

What form does Donna’s Delight have? Well the best way of looking at this runner is to take into account its last twelve months of form and by doing this we can see there was a race on the 02/01/2017 when it finished 1st. On that day it was racing over 16f the same as today but it could be said that it was only a moderate type of an event.

Some horses run better when young other when older and finding a jockey who gets on with different age groups can pay dividends, however in the particular case Brian Hughes recent success rate is only an average looking 13% for a 6yo.

With some middle of the road performances and generally indifferent form this ones chances are modest and there are a number of entrants which look better suited.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Above Average

Keyboard Gangster

Keyboard Gangster is a 6yo from the Donald Whillans stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 16f race which taking part here at Ayr.

So we have a Stakes event and a runner with some below par form and one of those below average performances came at Perth in a 5 Stakes race when it was unplaced.

The last twelve months worth of stats for this sire are substandard or at least when its offspring have been racing over today’s race distance which is currently set in the region of a 5% strike rate.

Looks to be slightly deficient this runner with ailing form to its name and would not of thought that this one would be fighting out the finish.

Recent Form – Trainer Below Average – Jockey Average

Baracalu

Baracalu is a 6yo from the Sandy Thomson stable who looks to have an excellent chance on form and ratings.

So why would Jadwiz give this one an excellent rating and chance of taking the first prize? Well first reason, which may not be apparent to everyone is the fact it has the same piece of headgear which was used when gaining an excellent result at Hexham in a UK Jumps race.

An interesting stats for this runners sire is the fact that recent results show that when the runner has been trained by Sandy Thomson there is a 100% exceptional strike rate.

A runner out of the top draw here and one that looks to be in tiptop shape and ready to produce an exemplary display here at Ayr.

Recent Form – Trainer Above Average – Jockey Above Average

Aye Aye Charlie

Aye Aye Charlie is a 5yo from the Fergal O’Brien stable who has some average form which means that it good enough to fill one of the places in this 16f race which taking part here at Ayr.

To win a race everything needs to drop right or at least have something that on which a runner could be recommended and in the case of Aye Aye Charlie the one thing it does have in its favour is the weight. When it raced at Southwell on the 31/01/2017 it carried 11-04 to fill the 1st spot which was a similar weight as today and looks adequate.

Progressing onto the trainer to gaze at how their recent form has been in Stakes races and it appears to be fair and while this may not be ideal it is satisfactory.

One of the runners who looks to only have moderate or average form but is the type that could run well and therefore may be of interest if the main contenders put in a below par effort.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Above Average

Ballyvic Boru

Ballyvic Boru is a 5yo from the Brian Ellison stable who looks to have an excellent chance on form and ratings.

This runner would appear to be one of the top selections for this race based on a race it ran in at Musselburgh on the 05/02/2017 when ridden by Kaine Wood, finished 1st in that event and with the same piece of headgear on again today looks to be an added bonus.

Recently when Kaine Wood has ridden a runner with a similar weight as the one they are due to get the leg up on today there has been an excellent strike rate of 50%.

Looks a first class choice to take the winners prize back to Brian Ellison having proved itself highly capable of taking in a race like this and would expect an admirable display.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Below Average

Indian Pursuit

Indian Pursuit is a 4yo from the John Quinn stable who has some unproductive form and does not look to be up to this 5f race which taking part here at Wolverhampton.

The one thing that the form book does show for Indian Pursuit is that with the right headgear, which it has today, it can sometimes run well. With that said I do feel that today will not be one of them as there are far to many other runners with better form lines.

John Quinn record in Handicap races recently can be described as ailing with a low strike rate of only 5% being recorded.

Does not look to be one of the fancied runners on the form which has come to light and for all intense and purpose Indian Pursuit would be classed as having a below average chance.

Recent Form – Trainer Average – Jockey Average

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