Today’s top selections from the press and media, feature a trio of runners from Ayr and a selection at this evenings Wolverhampton meeting. Check them out below, alongside an exclusive QuinnBet sign-up offer of Up To £25 As A Free Bet + 10 free Spins
1: GOLDEN DE COEUR (3:20pm Ayr) (4 votes)
The Irish raider Golden De Coeur was last seen at the Galway Festival back in July and ran well to finish third in a bumper. The runner-up that day has franked the form by winning since and Colin Bowe's charge looks like a leading player in this concluding race especially with the 7lb he receives from Knowwhentoholdem. Useful claimer Peter Kavanagh also claims 7lb and is one of the most experienced riders in this Conditional Jockeys' And Amateur Riders' Race.
(Irish Daily Star, Brian Flanagan. Yorkshire Post, The Duke. Daily Express, The Scout. Sheffield Star, Fortunatus).
2: SAUCE OF LIFE (12:30pm Ayr) (3 votes)
Nicky Richards' charge ran a mighty race on hurdling debut when finishing second in Class 2 company at Wetherby when last seen The six-year-old now drops into calmer waters today and will have improved greatly from that first venture over the smaller obstacles. Market leader Lebowski will be a warm order but has to concede 7lb and jockey Brian Hughes will be hopeful of winning the first race here.
(Cambridge Evening News, Luke Tucker. Sunday Mail, Rockavon. Daily Star Sunday, Moorestyle)
3: OPERATION OVERLORD (2:10pm Ayr) (3 votes)
Operation Overlord remains unexposed over hurdles and put up a solid show last time out when only narrowly losing out on hurdling debut at Carlisle. The six-year-old raced in the rear and made up significant ground before being hampered by the eventual winner on the run-in. There should be more to come now making his Handicap debut for a team that tasted success at Newbury last weekend with Ahoy Senor.
(The Guardian. The Scotsman, Glendale. Racing TV, The Score)
4: GO BOB GO (2:10pm Ayr) (3 votes)
The four-year-old was unlucky last time out when bumping into the progressive Be The Difference of Philip Kirby who was completing a second course win its just six days. There does not appear to be another handicap blot in this contest and the four-year-old can improve again on the back of that promising effort. Go Bob Go gets plenty of weight from the rest of the field and connections will be confident of gaining a first career success over hurdles.
(Racing Post, RP Ratings. Weekender, Paul Kealy. Liverpool Echo, Chris Wright)
5: BERYL THE PERIL (7:00pm Wolverhampton) (3 votes)
New connections seemingly have found the key to the three-year-old filly who has improved with each run since joining Kevin Philippart De Foy from William Jarvis. Beryl The Peril has been desperately unlucky the last two outings going down by 0.75l at Chelmsford before conceding first run and going down by 0.5l over course and distance. This race won't take a lot of winning as she faces a field of out of form and exposed types on the all-weather. Beryl The Peril looks to hold a favourites chance and can gain a deserved victory this evening.
(Sky Sports Racing, Alex Hammond. Daily Mail, Robin Goodfellow. The Times, Rob Wright)
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