• 15:55 Coors Light Handicap Chase3m 1f

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good to Firm
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 6m 25.35s
  • Off time: 15:55:24
15:55 Ayr Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Categorical 5/1
2nd Fiftyfive Degrees (IRE) 2/1
3rd Justwhateverulike (IRE) 12/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 U52755 Light blue and yellow (halved), sleeves reversed, light blue and yellow striped cap Camden George (IRE) 27
9 11-12 Mrs S J Smith Tjade Collier 120 18/119.00
2 2711/15 ROYAL BLUE, EMERALD GREEN sleeves, WHITE cap, EMERALD GREEN spots El Bandindos (IRE) 242
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
9 11-10 P Monteith K Renwick 118 8/19.00
3 453-114 Pink, White cap Justwhateverulike (IRE) 6
Distance Winner
9 11-6 p Miss S E Forster T Messenger 114 12/113.00
4 1256-13 BLACK, WHITE sleeves, WHITE cap, BLACK spots Royal Mackintosh 96
Distance Winner
9 11-5 A H Mactaggart B P Harding 113 7/18.00
5 1P-UP31 EMERALD GREEN, YELLOW sash and star on cap Fiftyfive Degrees (IRE) 27
Course WinnerDistance Winner
9 11-4 p Miss P Robson Timmy Murphy 112 2/13.00
6 335651 Red, White Cross of Lorraine, Red sleeves, White spots Categorical 24
7 11-2 K G Reveley J Reveley 110 5/16.00
7 1F4P67 Yellow and White diamonds, Grey sleeves, White cap Harry Flashman 27
Course Winner
9 10-12 D W Whillans Callum Whillans (7) 106 14/115.00
8 2P10FU EMERALD GREEN, YELLOW sash and star on cap Snowy (IRE) 33
Course Winner
12 10-8 P Monteith G Lee 102 20/121.00
9 213-337 MAROON, WHITE hooped sleeves General Hardi 35
9 10-7 J Wade B Hughes 101 5/16.00


This better ground will suit JUSTWHATEVERULIKE and he is preferred to Royal Mackintosh and Fiftyfive Degrees. Sandra Forster's gelding has been in good form over the last year, winning twice at Kelso in four starts there. Today he ventures to a different track but his best form is on a decent surface like we have today and with Tom Messenger back in the saddle the pair could go well. Royal Mackintosh is a strong-stayer and lost little caste in defeat when third to L'Aventure in the Borders National, El Bandito has gone well fresh in the past but is hard to put forward having returned lame when last seen, whilst this trip is more realistic for the one-paced Camden George. Timmy Murphy takes over in the saddle on Fiftyfive Degrees who was a ready winner at the track last month; the gelding has a 5lb higher mark to contend with today but has plenty in his favour. Categorical took advantage of a tidy mark at Newcastle last month but has been severely spanked on the bottom by the handicapper for that, Harry Flashman looks well-treated if getting his jumping together, whilst Snowy has failed to complete on his last two starts. The return to this longer trip on better ground will suit bottom-weight General Hardi who cannot be ignored, however the vote of confidence goes to Justwhateverulike.