Ayr 16:15 Racing Odds and Tips June 22 – Show Amoro some love at 85/40 with Paddy Power

Que Amoro to kick on this year

Horse Racing Betting

After the excitement of Royal Ascot, there will be more mundane fare on show in the next few days but Ayr on Monday does have a Listed race as its feature and the EBF Land O’Burns Fillies Stakes has attracted a dozen runners.
This is a 5f race for three-year-olds and upwards and the younger generation make up half the field with all receiving a 6lb weight-for-age allowance.

Ayr Facts and Figures

Races up to 6f at Ayr on run on the Straight Course which joins the Round Course just before the half-mile marker. High numbers can be advantageous in sprints.
Roger Fell’s runners have a decent strike-rate at Ayr, especially with his sprinters. Irish trainer Fozzy Stack does well from fewer entries. Graham Lee and Paul Mulrennan have been among the most successful jockeys in recent seasons.

Land O’Burns Stakes Current Best Odds

Que Amoro 85/40
Queens Gift 9/4
American Lady 8/1
Mrs Bouquet 11/1
Ishvara 12/1
Allez Sophia 16/1
Dandy’s Beano 20/1
She Can Dance 22/1
Foo For You 25/1
Yolo Again 33/1
Merry Banter and Ventura Flame 40/1
(Odds correct at 18:30 BST June 21, 2020)

Horse Racing Betting at Paddy Power

Land O’Burns Stakes Predictions

Bookmakers and jockey Paul Mulrennan are just preferring QUE AMORO over stablemate Queens Gift in a Listed race that trainer Michael Dods could dominate.
Mulrennan rode the latter when she was a strong-finishing fifth in the Group 3 Palace House Stakes at Newmarket earlier this month but seems to have decided that the four-year-old is the better bet on this occasion, even though she hasn’t had a run this year.
Que Amoro was second in a Listed race at Ayr last year having won a couple of competitive handicaps at York and is a best 85/40 with Paddy Power on her reappearance. Queens Gift is 9/4 with Bet365.

Irish filly American Lady may be the pick of the three-year-olds at a general 8/1, even though she is 0-9 on Turf. She ran well in a Listed sprint at Naas earlier this month, though does like it there.

Mrs Bouquet won four times as a juvenile but only beat one home on her reappearance at Goodwood so she may not have trained on. She is a best 11/1 with Paddy Power.

Pick of the remainder may be Haydock winner Ishvara (a general 12/1) though Kevin Stott, who rode a double at Royal Ascot on Saturday for Kevin Ryan, partners Dandy’s Beano who is 25/1 with Bet365.

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