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|Sauce of Life||9/5||Win
|Ballycoose||17/2||Each Way - 4 Places
|Le Cheval Noir||11/4||Win
Date of Tips: 29/11/2021
Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (10:52 29/11/2021) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.
Good morning to all WhichBookie followers and hopefully the start of another decent week ahead of us. I write this column usually as an ever optimist, but it’s hard to not have a somber feeling this morning after what was a tragic postscript to the big race at Fairyhouse yesterday. Latest Exhibition was unfortunately lost after the race, having suffered a fatal injury on the home bend, and it would be remiss of me not to send on my thoughts to all those so closely connected to the horse at this awful time. It is something that I won’t be able to get over lightly, and as a result – there may be a degree of bluntness in the columns over the next few days.
There are a few betting opportunities at Ayr today and we could do with just one or two more decent days to make sure of profit again for the month of November. Starting off with the 12.30 race, which is a 2m novice hurdle. Lebowski looks like he would be taking a lot of beating this afternoon, despite being under a penalty. However, I think it would be more prudent at the prices to be backing Sauce of Life – who I’m hoping will have come on leaps and bounds since that opening effort over hurdles. He was 2 from 2 in bumpers last year and his defeat of Tigerbythetail at Market Rasen was very taking under a penalty, with the two horses well clear. He was second on his hurdling debut, which was a hint disappointing, but he should be fitter this time around. At a price of 9/5 with Paddy Power, he is a decent price.
The 1.40 race is another novice hurdle and this time is being run over the intermediate trip of 2m3f. There looks to be some very bright prospects on show in this race and it will be very interesting to see where they all lie come the finish of this race. Quite rightly, I’m suitably intrigued by the Irish raider in this field, with the Stuart Crawford team having a lot of recent luck at this track. He runs Ballycoose in this race, who is 1 from 1 having taken out a Down Royal bumper in May. He was well backed that day and did it nicely to a stablemate of his, and he should improve with racing. Crawford is a very shrewd operator with the horses he brings over to these types of tracks, so this horse should be noted with extreme caution. At a price of 17/2 with SkyBet, who are quite remarkably paying out 4 places, he is an each way bet.
1.4And finally the 2.45 is the last bet on the card and it comes in the 3m novices handicap chase. Only 5 runners are going to the post in this race but one could easily make a case for all five in this race, with plenty of them in with chances. However, the best priced runner of the lot in my mind is Le Cheval Noir, who represents in-form connections. This horse won a couple of races nicely over hurdles last year before a satisfactory chase debut last time out at Carlisle. I rated the form of that race well, and given he was suitably outpaced before running on late in the day was to be expected. He has been knocked down 4 pounds by the assessor for that effort, which I think is generous and this 3m trip looks sure to suit. At a best price of 11/4 with William Hill, let’s hope for a good finish to the day.