The Stay Coul de Menuisier crashed in Windsor on Monday
It’s a quieter day than usual with just the five meetings and the action comes from Wolverhampton in all weathers and Ayr on the grass this afternoon. Ball gown is your go-to for Irish action, while Windsor and Ripon are the focal point of evening bettors.
Talk about money
Money Talk continues to highlight the big wins from Betfair Sportsbook to keep you in the loop. This section will now highlight market movements between 1:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m.
The biggest engine on the market is Living room Coul for David Menuisier, who was as tall as 14/1 at the opening show last night and was born from 17/2 this morning to the 9/2 second favorite.
The three-year-old has been out for 74 days since his eye-catching run at Sandown, in which he finished ahead of General Lee and will appreciate any rain that falls on this new trip that is sure to be a fitting one.
The market says no!
Which market-leading horses are adrift on the Betfair Sportsbook this morning?
Mark your card
the Betfair sports betting are pay extra places on five races today!
of Ayr 15:35 QTS British Stallion Studs EBF Fillies’ Novice Stakes looks like a good contest on paper with The Lady of Merlin 4.03/1 – a full sister of the smart Hunting horn debuts.
TO Ripon, coach Alice haynes has sent a former rider on the course and will look to improve him one for one 100% recording with Josies kid 4.03/1 in the 17:55 British stud studs EBF Novice Stakes.
Also, at Ripon in the 6:55 PM Follow @Riponraces on Twitter Handicap Barn owl, Grantley and Carrigillihy all put their 100% course records in play to face the favorite Chalk flow.
Barn Owl coach Roger Charlton runs 28% in last 14 days.
Today’s most distant traveler
Guillaume Haggas possesses traveled 360 miles to Ayr with Kolisi, his Unique runner on the map instead of scottish in the 3:00 p.m. Big Al’s 50th Anniversary Handicap.
the Betfair sports betting double pays 5.78 / 1.
This section highlights three horses that have won twice or more on the slopes today and could stand a chance today.
Weighted to go well
“Weighted to go well” highlights three racehorses who are more than 10 pounds below their last winning handicap mark.
Timeform chasing that dream in Wolverhampton
The Timeform team heads to Wolverhampton in search of the Monday Money!
Read Timeform’s advice here.
Race of the day
the 16:35 QTS Handicap Class 5 Handicap To Ayr looks like an intriguing contest for a Monday, and as the bet suggests, it’s open business.
Corndavon Boy must be taken seriously, as he hasn’t finished outside the top three in his last four starts, including three runs at this venue and one course to win back in April.
He drew attention to Hamilton last time around, running hard from the beat and is back today after a short break.
He hasn’t proven himself on the pitch slower than well, so he’ll have questions to answer if he softens – perhaps the reason for the morning drift.
Bulls Yes is the three year old unexposed on court who received 7 pounds from his elders and brings arguably the strongest form in this race of his run and distance last run in a competitive class 3 race .
That’s a big drop in grade in the Class 5 business, and it could be the answer if he had to deal with the rain-soggy ground.
With most of them unproven on the surface, perhaps now is the time to catch the well-disabled. Be tied, who has a real fondness for this place of Ayr.
The nine-year-old was unsuited by the fall at seven stadiums here last time around and lacked the pace to get involved on fast pitch but drew attention, staying solid at the finish.
He seems to have the ideal conditions today for the first time since he scored here in 2015 with an 83 handicap.
Ground, travel, and track are all reasons to see improved performance, and this is his first attempt in a Class 5 race, so overall it’s easy to recommend a dirty bet either way.
Get a head start with a first look at the York Ebor Festival
York Ebor Festival kicks off in just nine days and what a great reunion we have in store. If you haven’t seen the ante-post markets yet, it might be worth taking a look to get a head start, and you can find those here.
There seems to be a lot of value at the start. Perfect power will be firmly on my radar if it lines up in the Gimcrack issues, and he might be able to get compensation for his disaster at Goodwood.
the City of York issues is still a great revival and is a race that hinted at Charlie appleby. However, I will be everywhere Creative force and Space blues if they both line up like a big cake hungry kid.
Ebor is the blue ribbon event and looks more like a group race right now. Live your dream is the 9.08/1 fav, but I’m looking at the bottom of the list at Noel Meade Layfayette To 26.025/1, which calls for a gigantic journey.
What a week we have in store!
It’s a fresh new week, so get up and go get them. A positive mindset and outlook will be essential today to prepare you for the rest of the week.
So whatever you do today, do it with passion!
See you tomorrow, be lucky.