JIM Goldie is currently the leading trainer at Ayr Racecourse for the Flat season and he heads to the track tonight (Tuesday) with no fewer than 11 runners.

Among them is Tommy G who contests the feature race of the night the Racing Profits Returned to Racing Handicap over a mile with Harry Russell riding.

The eight year-old won over course and distance last week – his sixth success at Ayr – and will take all the beating in this although Kevin Ryan’s filly Midnite Bride, another recent course winner and the mount of Kevin Stott, could run him close.

Another Goldie runner with an outstanding chance of victory is Ayr Poet in the Every Race Live On Racing TV Handicap. Paul Mulrennan rides this ultra-consistent gelding who is rarely out of the first three.

The biggest field of the night is in the After Tea At Western House Hotel Handicap at 7.45pm with 14 runners due to go to post. The Michael Dods trained Motawaazy, the mount of Connor Beasley,  who won at Catterick last Thursday is an improving five year-old who can go in again.

The final race of the night is the Bet At Handicap over the marathon trip of 1m 7f and Keith Dalgleish’s Let Me Be who has won at Musselburgh, Ripon and Catterick in the last few weeks is the likely favourite in this with Kevin Stott a very interesting jockey booking. Keith also runs Three Castles in the contest .

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