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Love De Vega
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It was a very encouraging debut from Love De Vega at Newmarket earlier this month as he finished second of eight runners, beaten by less than a length. This is an excellent opportunity for the colt to build upon that run by going one place better in this smaller field. Vintage Clarets looks the biggest danger as he is the only winner in the race, but that means he will need to carry a penalty, something which may make the difference.


Bielsa
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Bielsa made a fantastic start to his career with four wins coming from his opening five appearances. His form dipped last season but a wind operation back in January explains why he produced some below-par performances. Kevin Ryan's sprinter is the best horse in this field by some distance. If he is over the issues he had in 2020, he can concede weight all round here and get his campaign off to a winning start.


Midnite Bride
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Midnite Bride ended last season in excellent form, with wins coming over this trip at Catterick and Redcar respectively. Kevin Ryan's filly can continue her winning run into 2021, starting with this handicap contest. This is a new career high mark for her, however, there is likely to be more improvement to come. Al Qaasim is her most interesting rival in the race as he is very unexposed after just three runs. It is the experience of Midnite Bride who should be favoured of the two.


Water Iris
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The Cheveley Park Stud silks are represented in this race by Water Iris and the filly can give them a success in this maiden contest. David O'Meara's runner ran really well in both of her two starts last season. She was third of 10 on her debut at Newcastle (7f), while the following month, she was denied by just a head when she was second at Chelmsford (7f). This is her first run on turf and if she takes a step forward on her form from 2020, she will be the one they have to beat.


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Leg 1
Love De Vega
Leg 2
Gunnerside
Epeius
Leg 3
Bielsa
Leg 4
Midnite Bride
Caballero
Leg 5
Summa Peto
Water Iris
Leg 6
Dream With Me
Howzer Black

About Ayr Racecourse

Home to both Scotland’s only Group race as well as the Scottish Grand National, Ayr is one of the country's premier racing venues. The racecourse was founded in 1771, hosting the very first Ayr Gold Cup in 1804, with the event set to become the highlight of the flat season in Scotland.

Over obstacles, the course is not only home to the Scottish Grand National, but also the Scottish Champion Hurdle, the Scottish Champion Chase and Future Champions Chase


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