• 14:30 EBF / Scottish Sun Raceday 21st June Maiden Stakes6f

  • Winner £2,911 2nd £866 3rd £433 4th £216
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 18.43s
  • Off time: 14:35:14
14:30 Ayr Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Doc Charm Evs
2nd Blackfoot Brave (IRE) 5/2


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey SP
1 (2) 973 Light Blue, Dark Blue diamond, Dark Blue cap Bahango (IRE) 14
2 9-5 b1 Kristin Stubbs Ben Curtis 7/18.00
2 (1) 6 Royal Blue and Yellow diamonds, White sleeves, Royal Blue cap, Yellow diamond Big McIntosh (IRE) 54
2 9-5 t J Ryan G Lee 5/16.00
3 (3) YELLOW, BLACK chevrons, WHITE sleeves, BLACK stars, WHITE cap, BLACK stars Blackfoot Brave (IRE)
2 9-5 M Dods P Mulrennan 5/23.50
4 (7) 2 DARK GREEN, WHITE spots on sleeves Doc Charm 19
2 9-5 K Dalgleish T Eaves Evs2.00
6 (8) Beige, dark blue spots on sleeves Go On Chas
2 9-5 I Semple G Whillans (5) 40/141.00
Non runners
5 (5)4Gaudy (IRE)29-5K A RyanNon Runner
7 (6)Disavow29-0M JohnstonF Norton
8 (4)War Alert (USA)29-0D H BrownNon Runner


The subsequent form of the York maiden won by Bossy Guest with Gaudy in fourth has ben a bit hit-and-miss but there's no doubt Kevin Ryan's charge will have come on for the run and he'll take some beating. Big McIntosh, who cost 85,000gns as a yearling, attracted some support at Newmarket but never got involved. He should be capable of better and though Doc Charm was beaten nine lengths by The Wow Signal on his debut at this track the third has since come out and won at Goodwood. DISAVOW is a beautifully-bred daughter of Shamardal and a half-sister to six winners, including the high-class Cutlass Bay and Boscobel. If Mark Johnston has her tuned up for her debut she could be the one to beat though the hugely-expensive War Alert is one to keep an eye on in the betting, though she's also entered at Windsor this evening.