Talking Horses: Tinto Can Shade Ayr Gold Cup For Team Dods | Sport

PiMany supporters will look no further than William Haggas’ lightweight Khanjar, the 9-2 favourite, in Saturday’s Ayr Gold Cup, but he was beaten in a big field from 6lb under in July and managed to win. on stable or stable ground.

As a result, he looks at least a couple of points too short for what is always one of the most competitive sprint handicaps of the season, and Fivethousandtoone, a recent winner in a strong time, and Motagally, fourth 4lb higher last year, Both have appeal from each side around 14-1.

However, further down the list, Tinto (3.40) could offer even better value at around 25-1.

He was less than two lengths behind Commanche Falls, a stable mate in Michael Dods’ yard, in the Stewards’ Cup in July, is 6lb better on Saturday and most importantly the booking of promising contender Mark Winn – who has 20% strike rate this year – to make the steer from a useful draw in stable two.

Ayr 1.20 Redarna he has few secrets from the eight-year-old handicapper but was a surprise 66-1 on his seasonal debut in April and would be a runner around 10-1 here if he is in similar form after a six-week break.

Newbury 1.40 Future of Dubai unlucky to run at York last time and has a clear chance here on his winning form at Royal Ascot in June.

Ayr 1.55 James Horton, former assistant to Sir Michael Stoute, is enjoying an excellent debut season on leave and is rapidly improving Phantom Flight can give him a second winner of the campaign here.

Newbury 2.15 Manakan he has progressed throughout the season and looked more than ready for that step up to Group Three company when he was successful in a Listed event at the Leger meeting.

Newbury 1.10 Bussento 1.40 Dubai Future 2.15 Manaccan 2.50 Shoudvebeenaring 3.25 Warren Point 4.00 Bishops Crown 4.35 Bug Boy
5.10 Marshal Dan

Ayr 1.20 Redarna 1.55 Phantom Flight (nb) 2.30 Oso Rapido 3.05 Queen Me 3.40 Tinto (nap) 4.15 Monty Man 4.45 Judgment Call 5.20 Wor Willie

Newmarket 1.31 Fortis Regina 2.06 Tamarama 2.41 War In Heaven 3.16 Got No Dollars 3.51 Duke Of Verona 4.26 Value Theory 5.01 Maysong

Catterick 1.48 Solitary Trees 2.23 Pop World 2.58 Gullane One 3.33 Lumacho 4.08 Melburnian 4.40 Unashamed 5.15 Stoney Lane 5.50 Licit

Wolverhampton 4.50 Nibras Rainbow 5.25 Rose Of Ithaca 5.55 Eldeyaar 6.30 Elongate 7.00 Babe Alicious 7.30 Admirable Lad 8.00 Willing To Please 8.30 Brazen Diamond

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Quick guide

Greg Wood’s tips for Saturday

projection

Newbury 1.10 Bussento 1.40 Future of Dubai 2.15 Manakan 2.50 I’m coming in progress 3.25 Warren Point 4.00 Crown of Bishops 4.35 Bug Boy
5.10 Marshal Dunn

Ayr 1.20 Redarna 1.55 Phantom Flight 2.30 Oso Rapido 3.05 Queen Me 3.40 Tinto (nap) 4.15 Monty Man 4.45 Crisis call 5.20 Wor Willie

Newmarket 1.31 Fortis Regina 2.06 Tamarama 2.41 War in Heaven 3.16 You didn’t get dollars 3.51 Duke of Verona 4.26 Theory of Value 5.01 Maysong

Catterick 1.48 Lonely Trees 2.23 Pop World 2.58 Gullane One 3.33 Lumacho 4.08 Melbournian 4.40 Unashamed 5.15 Stoney Lane 5.50 Legal

Wolverhampton 4.50 Nibras Rainbow 5.25 Rose of Ithaca 5.55 Eldeyaar 6.30 Elongate 7.00 Babe Alicious 7.30 Admirable lad 8.00 Willing To Please 8.30 Brazen Diamond

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Ayr 2.30 The Silver Cup is even more competitive than the main event, but Oso Rapido he is still at a working level and looked a little unlucky not to win a good race at Redcar earlier this week.

Newbury 2.50 Sakheer was an impressive winner at Haydock two weeks ago, but the third and fifth places there have been beaten since then and He should be in tune it’s a solid alternative at about 5-2.

Ayr 3.05 A close second in the Lowther Stakes at York last month Queen Me several kilos ahead of her field and will be hard to beat if she stays in similar form.

Newbury 3.25 Warren Point he was worth more than his margin of victory at Glorious Goodwood and will be fancy to continue despite the 8lb increase in weights.

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