Belfast Telegraph

Monday 5 October 2015

Lambe hoping for good Ayr days

Published 18/09/2009

Dungannon trainer Jim Lambe’s Ecole D’Art has an each way chance today in the M&M Fabrications Handicap on the second day of the Ayr Gold Cup meeting.

Ecole D’Art is expected to go off at around 14-1 with Mith Hill the 7-2 favourite.

Lambe also has Hunting Tower — second to Trojan War at Down Royal last Friday night — contesting the Sked Construction Handicap at Ayr tomorrow.

The big race tomorrow is of course the Ayr Gold Cup with Redford and Evens And Odds the joint 7-1 favourites.

Genki is available at 10-1 and it’s 14-1 bar those three.

Michael Bell-trained four-year-old Redford has been universally shaved in price after receiving an apparently favourable draw.

Connections elected to break from stall 26 during yesterday's draw ceremony, at which high numbers were very much in vogue.

Evens And Odds will begin from stall three. The five-year-old finished second in the Stewards' Cup and is one of six runners from David Nicholls' yard.

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