• Ian Ender


Desaray Girl who was a Listed winner on heavy ground just over two years ago, when receiving a BHA mark of 133, finally got her head in front for us at Ayr on Tuesday afternoon when comfortably winning under Emma Smith Chaston, from a much reduced mark of 99 in Class 5 company.

The key to Desaray Girl is the heavy ground, and this was the first time she has had it since being beaten just 13 and a half lengths in Listed company at Sandown for us back in January 2021.

On Tuesday Desaray Girl was always up with the pace, she took up the running two out, and appeared to win with quite a bit more in hand than the official one and three quarter length would suggest.

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Congratulations to the connections, Resdev.

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