Ayr Betting Odds

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2m 4f 100y class 4 (4yo plus)

1st Wild Polly 3/12nd Whiskey Lullaby 11/10F3rd Etoile Decosse 200/1

Non-Runners: None (All 6 Ran)

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2m class 4 (4-6yo)

1st Do Your Job EvensF2nd Cadzand 9/23rd Wetlands 10/1

Non-Runners: Paddy The Panda (6 Ran)

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2m 4f 110y class 4 (4yo plus)

1st Empire Steel 5/2F2nd Stop Talking 22/13rd Do Not Disturb 15/2

Non-Runners: Gipsy Lee Rose (11 Ran)

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2m class 5 (3yo plus)

1st Joie De Vivre 9/22nd Leeswood Lily 6/13rd Countermand 25/1

Non-Runners: Wise Coco (11 Ran)

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3m 20y class 5 (4yo plus)

1st Asking For Answers 9/4F2nd Cockle Bay 15/23rd Costly Dream 9/2

Non-Runners: None (All 7 Ran)

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3m 70y class 5 (4yo plus)

1st Aheadfullofdreams 7/4F1st Espoir Moriviere 2/13rd First One DAna 9/1

Non-Runners: Permission Granted, Samtu (10 Ran)

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2m class 5 (4-6yo)

1st Spider Pig 13/22nd Fly By Milan 2/13rd Freezing Point 11/8F

Non-Runners: None (All 7 Ran)

Racing has a long history in Ayr, with the present track used since 1907. Flat and jumps fixtures are hosted, including two of Scotland's big races, the Ayr Gold Cup sprint and Scottish Grand National.

Ayr race tracks

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The straight six furlongs is slightly downhill for the first half, then slightly uphill for the final three furlongs. An extension to a very slightly undulating back straight provides a 1m 3f start, and the turn into the home straight is fairly sharp, but easy enough. In general, this is a fair, flat, galloping track which should suit most horses.
Draw bias: Over sprint trips, the bias depends on the position of the stalls. When placed on the inside, low draws have a marginal advantage. More often than not, the stalls are placed on the stands side, and high draws tend to be favoured on quick ground. On soft ground, which it often is at Ayr, they tend to stick to the middle and any bias is negligible. Over 7f, high draws do well as those drawn low have a tendency to go off too fast around the first bend. Over 8f, low draws are favoured as they are able to get a good position ready for the swing into the home straight.