Trainer with 100% record at Ayr in 2021 has sole Tuesday runner

Ayr Racecourse

Tuesday’s racing gives us plenty of variety, with two jumps cards mixed in with four flat meetings. There will be something for everyone, with Salisbury, Roscommon, Southwell, Wolverhampton, Wetherby and Ayr being the hosts.

One of two evening meetings on Tuesday, Ayr hosts a highly competitive meeting. While flicking through the card, a very interesting statistic emerged. Tristan Davidson has sent three runners to the venue in 2021 and all three have returned to the winner’s enclosure. That 100% strike-rate equates to a profit of £7.12 and he has a sole, well-fancied runner, on Tuesday. You can find all the details below!

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Scoring over course and distance back in April, PEARL OF QATAR is one of three runners who have helped Davidson to that 100% Ayr record. Getting up by a neck, on that occasion, she followed up with comfortable success at Hamilton just a few days later.

She almost brought up the hat-trick twelve days later, perhaps a shade unlucky not to get there in a race where it paid to be prominent. Last seen at Catterick four days ago, she finished a fair fourth, slowly away and short of room at a crucial stage.

The fact she’s turned out again so quickly is likely a positive, given her overall record. She’s been deadly consistent in 2021, with form figures of 43222231124. She simply doesn’t know how to run a bad race and it’s unlikely that sequence will stop here.

Racing in a smaller field suits her perfectly too and having raced in Class 4 company for two runs, she drops back in grade for this assignment. Both her aforementioned victories from earlier this year came in Class 5 company and that bodes well for this Phil Dennis-ridden five-year-old.

She’s a short price, but she warrants it, and is ultimately the one to beat.

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