Big Les wins….advised @ 10/1
A nice Julie Camacho trained winner with Big Les. Sent off at 11/2, hopefully most of you recorded better with 10’s available at posting. Jason Hart didn’t need to look back when he hit the front running out an easy 2 length winner 🙂
For those on the new 2021/22 £1k to £10k Annual Challenge, the bank is £1135.12 and current full stakes, unless advised, £14.19 EW
The 2021 Turf bank currently stands at +62.76 pts to 1pt EW stakes with over a 36% win/place rate.
The 2020/21 All Weather bank ended at +144 pts to 1pt EW stakes with over a 39% win/place rate.
Link to full results >> HERE
…….this is what private members received at 8.00am in the morning…….
A competitive 6f sprint with a couple of trackers going.
Am going to pass over on Chookie who hasn’t run his best races here. At wipes yer face prices, is 0-9 here and go on 3rd time with Julie Camacho’s BIG LES.
Was taken from Karen McLintock’s yard last term and found immediate improvement on the turf. Also in our AW winter tracker on what was his last run of 2020 before being put away when 4th at Gosforth.
Gave us some placed shrapnel on a Doncaster run in June, but not so good next time out at Hamilton. Has had his best wins on going as easy as this and now 4 less than when winning here last year.
Outside of John Kirkup, not many of these have any course form. Ours is also now 8lb better off with that one when beating him in that race here last year. With Copper Queen and Le Cheval Rapide lining up, a strong pace looks guaranteed.
The latter of which could be anything. Declan Carroll’s charge is lightly raced and was 3rd home to 100 rated Just Frank as a 2yo!
Nevertheless, ours likes to come from off the pace and drawn 12 not be hitting any traffic. Jason Hart is doing the steering and there’s a solid 10’s and 4 paying places to record.
Ayr 13.35 – Big Les (Full Stakes Challenge) – WON advised 10/1
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