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14:40 Ayr

Hbg Properties Conditions Stakes (Class C)

  • 7 Runners
  • Distance: 7f 50y
  • Going: Good, Good to Soft in places
  • ¤0 added
Weighed In
  • Winning Time: 1m 32.48s
  • 7 Ran
1st
Silk -
3/1

    2nd
    Silk -
    3/1

      1(5)
      Silk - Black, Light Blue chevron and sleeves
      3/1
      • Form 12
      • Age 2
      • Weight 9-5

      prominent, ridden and led 2f out, headed close home, kept on

      2(3)
      Silk - White, Light Blue sash, striped sleeves, Light Blue cap
      4/1
      • Form 3104
      • Age 2
      • Weight 9-5

      soon led, ridden over 2f out, soon headed, weakened and eased inside final furlong

      3(2)
      Silk - Dark blue, pink diamond, pink cap
      • Form 421534
      • Age 2
      • Weight 9-3

      tracked leaders, ridden and every chance over 2f out, no extra inside final furlong

      4(1)
      Silk - Royal Blue, White triple diamond, diabolo on sleeves and diamonds on cap
      • Form 20102
      • Age 2
      • Weight 9-3

      mid-division, ridden 3f out, soon one pace

      5(6)
      Silk - Jade Green, Flame hooped sleeves, Black cap
      3/1
      • Form 03122
      • Age 2
      • Weight 9-1

      mid-division, ridden and headway 3f out, kept on well to lead close home

      6(7)
      Silk - White, Light Blue epaulets, White and Light Blue striped cap
      100/1
      • Form 650
      • Age 2
      • Weight 8-12

      slowly into stride, always behind

      7(4)
      Silk - Beige, Brown seams, Beige sleeves, Brown cap
      25/1
      • Form 1
      • Age 2
      • Weight 8-12

      prominent, ridden and every chance over 2f out, weakened over 1f out

      In depth

      Verdict

      Babodana scored with some authority on his Hamilton debut in June and was then far from disgraced in a minor event at Windsor last time following a short break. There should be more to come from the son of Bahamian Bounty but Newmarket selling winner Star Vega has plenty to prove at this level particularly as she returns from a seven week absence. New Wish ran well in a York nursery last time but is a little more exposed than most and may be vulnerable so the TEAMtalk vote goes to Masterpoint. The Mark Johnston-trained colt ran a blinder last time when, under top weight in a competitive York nursery, he held every chance until fading in the closing stages. The son of Mark Of Esteem looks sure to go well if reproducing the same level of form on these slightly easier conditions.