14:10 Ayr

Tommy Tittlemouse sets the standard having made a winning debut at Hamilton a few weeks ago but Brian Ellison's colt could be vulnerable under a 7lb penalty. With that in mind, the vote goes to PARTY GAME, who only found one too good on his first outing and he is entitled to improve for that experience. Silvestris and Hear Me Roar are both newcomers who merit consideration in an open contest.
Prediction : 1st Party Game 2nd Tommy Tittlemouse 3rd Silvestris

14:40 Ayr

Course-and-distance winner JOHN KIRKUP has been knocking on the door of late and providing conditions aren't rattling fast, Michael Dods' five-year-old could prove hard to beat off the same mark as when second here last month. Devil's Angel, recent track-and-trip scorer Jordan Electrics and all-weather regular Sepahi all arrive on the back of a victory and have to be taken seriously, while Afandem is another to consider.
Prediction : 1st John Kirkup 2nd Jordan Electrics 3rd Devils Angel

15:10 Ayr

HACHERT built on the promise shown on his handicap debut when scoring over C&D last month and a 3lb rise from the handicapper appears to be fair for Jennie Candlish's gelding to continue his progression. Big City has been running consistently well over the past couple of months and can enter the reckoning along with Jungle Book, who didn't get the best of luck when unplaced at the course last time, and Lagenda.
Prediction : 1st Hachert 2nd Big City 3rd Jungle Book

15:40 Ayr

The form of INDUCTIVE's C&D success last month was boosted when the runner-up struck at Ripon the following week and Michael Dods' charge is taken to defy a 3lb rise to go in again under Callum Rodriguez. The forecast rain should take the sting out of the ground and this consistent three-year-old has a nice middle draw to work with. Sienna Dream likes it here and can prove a threat, while Perfect Soldier might be the each-way value in this.
Prediction : 1st Inductive 2nd Sienna Dream 3rd Perfect Soldier

16:10 Ayr

HOW BIZARRE has to give weight to all of his rivals today but the five-year-old has run well in both starts since winning at Musselburgh last month. When last seen the gelding was fourth to the subsequent Goodwood winner Prompting at York and he races off the same mark this afternoon. Inexes merits respect having hit the crossbar at Hamilton three weeks ago, while Proclaimer and Internationalangel are both interesting three-year-olds.
Prediction : 1st How Bizarre 2nd Inexes 3rd Proclaimer

16:40 Ayr

GRANDMA put in a huge career-best effort when second over C&D behind a progressive animal eight days ago and could get off the mark for Brian Ellison. The three-year-old remains on a mark of 52 for those recent exertions and can take this before enjoying a fruitful second half of the campaign. Arnold sweated up and broke poorly at Pontefract last time but came home well to finish third, while Somekindasuperstar remains capable of better and is also taken seriously.
Prediction : 1st Grandma 2nd Arnold 3rd Somekindasuperstar

17:10 Ayr

ALPINE MISTRAL has made giant strides on her last couple of starts, winning impressively at both Ripon and Yarmouth, and despite being 10lb higher than the latter success, which came under a penalty, the daughter of Gale Force Ten looks capable of landing the hat-trick. Tombolo is likely to benefit from the step up in trip based on his fourth at Ripon over a mile last month, while others to note include Splinter and Bringitonboris.
Prediction : 1st Alpine Mistral 2nd Tombolo 3rd Splinter

17:40 Ayr

LIZZIE LOCH has been in top form since the restart and has gone close at this venue the last twice. She has gone up just 1lb for her recent short-head defeat and could land a deserved victory now stepped up in trip. Kitty's Cove is a regular at the business end in these staying contests and the consistent performer has to be taken seriously, while Pound Off You relished the step up in distance when third on her handicap debut and appears to be heading in the right direction.
Prediction : 1st Lizzie Loch 2nd Kittys Cove 3rd Pound Off You

18:10 Ayr

DREAMSELLER built on a near-miss over course and distance when scoring at Redcar recently and Tim Easterby's thriving four-year-old could take all the beating if in the same form under a 5lb penalty. Remmy D could give the selection most to think about having rattled the crossbar at Hamilton at the weekend, while track-and-trip winner Royal Shaheen is interesting in first-time cheekpieces following a fine effort to finish fourth over slightly further at the same venue last month. Royal Countess has finished first and second in two outings here since the restart and also warrants plenty of respect.
Prediction : 1st Dreamseller 2nd Remmy D 3rd Royal Countess

05/08/2020 Ayr Acca