Racecards

Abandoned

14:45 Ayr

Victor Chandler Nursery Handicap (Class 5)

  • 8 Runners
  • Surface: Turf
  • added
1(8)
Silk - Dark blue, emerald green diamond, white sleeves, emerald green diamonds, emerald green cap

Verinco

18
  • Form 2U2636
  • Age 2
  • Weight 9-7
  • Official Rating 75

2(7)
Silk - Royal Blue and White (quartered), White sleeves, Red armlets, Royal Blue cap, White diamonds
  • Form 735308
  • Age 2
  • Weight 9-3
  • Official Rating 71

3(4)
Silk - Royal Blue, Red seams, striped sleeves, Red cap, Royal Blue star
  • Form 592115
  • Age 2
  • Weight 9-1
  • Official Rating 69

4(1)
Silk - Purple, Gold hoop and armlets, Black cap
  • Form 250552
  • Age 2
  • Weight 9-0
  • Official Rating 68

5(2)
Silk - Pink, Dark Blue sleeves, Pink stars, Dark Blue cap, Pink star

Yokozuna

3 b
  • Form 285999
  • Age 2
  • Weight 8-6
  • Official Rating 60

6(5)
Silk - Dark Blue, White hoop, diabolo on sleeves
  • Form 9470
  • Age 2
  • Weight 8-0
  • Official Rating 54

7(3)
Silk - Orange, Maroon sash
  • Form 658050
  • Age 2
  • Weight 7-12
  • Official Rating 50

8(6)
Silk - White, Dark Blue collar and hooped sleeves
  • Form 6777
  • Age 2
  • Weight 7-12
  • Official Rating 45

Previous results

In depth

Verdict

BOLD ACCOUNT was progressing well prior to finishing lame last time and may be able to resume winning ways at the main expense of Verinco and Flyit. Once again the ability to handle testing conditions will prove to be key and the selection is one of the few in the race with form on soft ground. He's risen a good bit in the weights for his two wins in August but he won well enough to think that he could be competitive from this mark and he's given another chance. Becausewecan may have done too much at the head of affairs when disappointing on similar ground over a mile here last time and merits respect but this drop back in trip isn't certain to suit. Flyit ran one of his better races when dropped to claiming company last time and has been running well enough from similar marks in nurseries to suggest that he'll be competitive if he handles the ground but he's yet to race on anything worse than good. That comment also applies to Verinco who was far from disgraced in a pretty competitive race at Pontefract when racing from a high draw. Both would have live claims if they prove to be at home on the surface but Bold Account's soft ground form ensures that he receives the nod.