Monday Races: Ayr to a fortune….

Evening racing kicks into full swing this month.  One feature of these peak Summer months is the rapid reappearance of in-form horses, particularly on the northern circuit.

Well you don’t get many further north than Ayr, and this evening’s meeting features a number of horses who finished second last week, and seek compensation tonight before any handicap reassessments kick in.

Leading the charge is Mark Johnston’s Love Oasis (1825 BST) who was nearly 4 lengths clear of the rest when narrowly beaten at Hamilton last week.  She is a short price to go one better here, but against a poor field she should complete the task.

The Mcgregornator (1925) was beaten just a short head here last week.  This looks a slightly better race, but he brings red-hot form to the race, and a 7lb claimer ensures he can take advantage of a feather-weight.

In the closing race (2055), Buzz Boy also looks to go one better than last week for the same trainer/jockey combination as The Mcgregornator.  We have a soft spot for Esspeegee who will come good at some stage, but this looks booked for Buzz Boy.

Jay Kay (2025) is another runner up from last week, and can be added into the mix for the more ambitious.  He looks to have the hardest task, and we will leave him out of our combination.

Well, it’s one theory (strike whilst the iron is hot), and we get to play it three times in one night.  No pussy-footing, we will go straight for the treble.

Recommendation:  Love Oasis (1825 Ayr) & The Mcgregornator (1925 Ayr) & Buzz Boy (2055 Ayr), 1pt win treble, approximately 14.5/1 (Bet365)

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