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The two main ones, AILI PINK and Hasty Brook both showed their best form on soft/heavy ground, and a lot will depend on their relative abilities to deal with the faster conditions expected here. Stuart Crawford’s mare drops rating after performing with merit in a Grade 3 Novice last month and receives provisional vote.

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Stuart Crawford’s mare MORNE LASS displayed a solid effort in the second over the hurdles at Carlisle in February and could be the answer to this unremarkable youngster. That said, it doesn’t set an intimidating standard and there are possible improvements lurking in the shadows. Hogan and Tfou are in that category, while Irish-trained riders Sundrenched and Gonfalonier have exceptional form on their records.

C&D winner Donna’s Delight returned to form and ran a great run in defeat over 3m here last month, but there could still be more to come from the low-mileage 8-year-old Houston, Texas, who is looking for a hat-trick after two wins at Carlisle in February. Destiny Is All looks interesting on a new trip today and is also being considered.

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The most obvious answer is HIDDEN COMMANDER, who was one of two to stand out well on the final circuit in Kelso last week and went on without remorse for wide-margin success. He remains unexposed on the fences and looks well handicapped under a 7-pound penalty. Regular course Ardera Cross will find this easier than his last assignment and is the second choice, ahead of Mister Co.

Today’s move to faster ground could allow Racks Cross to build on their encouraging handicap debut here in February, but the more attractive option is PURE SURF, who returned to form and put in a good effort in a more competitive race than this one at Musselburgh last month. Miss Bamby has the ability to prove after a six-month absence, but can also feature.

10-pound claimant Patrick Wadge is still looking for his first winner under the rules after 62 races, but he has a good chance of coming out on top. YOUR PLACE (nap) here. Lucinda Russell’s mare hit a revitalized opponent two starts ago and she rode another great run in defeat at Hexham last time out. Shoeshine Boy also knocked hard on the door and is the most feared. You Some Boy can still pick up the progression he made over the winter, while Walkonthewildside and Release The Kraken are both unexposed.

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Douglas Talking got off to a great start to his hunting career in February and probably still has potential, but he quickly weakened before falling on his last outing and may prefer slower ground than he is likely to meet here. Preference is for a good field specialist GEROMINOwho has already won a small field hunt this spring.

Ayr’s tips:

13:00 – Winged Rose
1:30 p.m. – Young girl from Le Morne
14:05 – Houston, TX
2:40 p.m. – Hidden Commander
3:15 p.m. – pure surfing
3:50 p.m. – Your place
4:20 p.m. – Geromino

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