Sam Turner's Best Bets BlogPAMMI (Ayr, nap, 5.15) has continued in good form since joining Jim Goldie in August and arrives at Ayr on Thursday off the back of a well supported run at Hamilton 18 days ago.

The selection may have only finished fifth over a mile and a quarter here on debut for her new yard but was beaten just a one-paced length and duly obliged in style a week later upped to a mile and a half at Hamilton. That was a fine effort on rain-softened going as she took the field apart inside the distance and won by an unchallenged six lengths.

Generally consistent since, the filly was narrowly denied over course and distance under today’s testing conditions two runs ago when mugged by 33/1 shot Handsome Bob and again had to play bridesmaid when coming with a sustained late charge - unfortunately too late.

Hopefully, her jockey will have learned from that last run and backers’ cash will only have been lent to the bookies as Pammi has her optimum conditions today.

REDARNA (Ayr, 3.40) and SONG OF SUMMER (Ayr, nb, 4.10) make up an Ayr fancied trio, with the former defending a perfect 100% 3-3 course and distance record. The latest win was recorded just nine days ago when he rattled home strongly and I have him rated to maintain his unbeaten status.

Victory for the above horse will boost confidence for a big run by Song Of Summer who was clocked staying on well behind Redarna after a slow start. She’s moving into top gear, is very well handicapped and looks ready to strike again.