32-1 Heavy ground treble for Ayr on Monday

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It has been bucketing down in Scotland all week. As a consequence, the ground will be extremely testing at Ayr on Monday. The most important thing to look out for when the ground is as bad as this is Heavy ground form. Our resident expert Adrian Wall has sifted through the entire card at Ayr. He has found three horses that should love a splash in the mud. This massive treble returns 32-1 at the time of posting with William Hill and you can back it with them below.

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13.10 Ayr

Trainer Tom Lacey is in terrific form at the moment and he runs the progressive UNOHU here in the capable hands of Stan Sheppard. A winner of a bumper last term, he has swiftly progressed over hurdles, readily scoring in a course maiden over two miles in the mud last month. He is very much unexposed and has not raced on anything but Heavy where his form figures read 13221.


13.45 Ayr

Nine runners go to post for this handicap hurdle but it will be a competitive affair. The horse that should relish the mud the most is Daragh Bourke’s EVITA DU MESNIL. Partnered by Harry Reed, she should have an outstanding chance. She was three times a French bumper winner in 2018 who surprised all on first run for this yard when returning an  80-1 winner in a two mile Hexham handicap. She only just failed at Sedgefield latest and her only run on Heavy resulted in a victory.


14.50 Ayr

Sandy Thompson’s string have been in good form and a horse that will love a return to the mud is CAPARD KING. This will be a war of attrition over three miles on this sort of ground so the winner will need a lot of stamina. Although he disappointed when falling at the first at Newcastle last time out, he was backed into 5-2 favourite on the day. He will relish the return to a Heavy surface where he has impressive form figures on such going and must have a huge chance.


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