Monday Magic – Best Horse Racing Tips at Ayr and Thirsk on Monday

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HORSE RACING TIPS

We nailed a couple of naps at Royal Ascot and before that were in really good form with a string of naps and some huge doubles going in 

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KYLIE RULES (14.20 Thirsk, 1m handicap)

Usually runs in a higher grade than this but caught the eye on her last start 11 days ago when staying on strongly to finish fourth after fluffing the start at Beverley last time.

Also had the worst of the draw on that occasion, so it was a decent run considering the circumstances, and she is a previous course and distance winner so we know she goes well here.

Trainer Ruth Carr has yet to hit form but the suspicion is that her horses will come on for their first run so it’s a positive that Kylie Rules is her first horse to run twice since the lockdown.

REAL MIRAGE (15.20 Thirsk, 1m4f handicap)

Is back down to his last winning mark and showed enough on his comeback run at Newcastle a couple of weeks ago to suggest he remains competitive at this level.

Tim Easterby’s horses are running well at the moment and it will be no surprise if he comes swooping late on to claim the honours.

TANASOQ (15.40 Ayr, 5f handicap)

Decent sprinter on his day and you can forget his comeback run at Doncaster as he seemed to run against the bias up the middle of the track.

He also seems to improve for his first run back, with form figures of 132 on his second run back after a break.

And it’s that profile that makes interesting, given that he was stone last of the 14 runners on his comeback in 2018 before improving massively second time up. He’s also a course and distance winner and finished fifth in the Ayr Gold Cup, so a better run can be expected today.

Que Amoro (16.15 Ayr, 5f Listed)

Went up 17lb in the ratings after a string of fine handicap runs and is exactly the type of filly trainer Michael Dods does well with.

Acts well at the track and was unlucky to be caught close home after blazing a trail over half a furlong further on her final run of the season.

Fitness has to be taken on trust on her first start for 268 days but she could take this before going on to be a force in Group races later this season