2024 Seafield Trophy Mares Handicap Hurdle Betting Odds at Ayr racecourse

Saturday, 20 April 2024

It will take a strong display of stamina to win the Seafield Trophy Mares' Handicap Hurdle, with crack trainer Willie Mullins having the first two horses in the betting market. Saylavee and Pink In The Park could both go well for the Irish handler, with the seven-year-olds likely to be a popular order when it comes to this Ayr race.

However, Coco Mademoiselle and Larchmont Lass are trading at a similar price and there could also be strong showings from Notnowlinda and Take No Chances. The going is set to be soft north of the border and we’re looking for a selection who is able to run well over a long distance in order to secure victory.

2024 Seafield Trophy Mares' Handicap Hurdle Tips

There’s an intriguing betting market shaping up when it comes to the Seafield Trophy Mares' Handicap Hurdle, with the runners and riders competing over three miles, half a furlong in this encounter. Saylavee has yet to win any of her three races this season, although perhaps she’ll be able to get the right performance this time around.

The Willie Mullins-trained runner was last seen finishing second out of four runners at Punchestown when losing by eight lengths against Hispanic Moon, with this coming after a midfield finish at Leopardstown over the festive period. However, this horse has failed to win any of her six previous encounters.

Notnowlinda could be a more interesting runner, with Dan Skelton saddling a runner who was able to secure a victory at Hereford in March. That came over two miles and there were some also brilliant performances at Kempton and Warwick, with the betting suggesting that the mare is a great each-way contender.

Coco Mademoiselle and Larchmont Lass are also worthy of consideration and the preference is for the former after two victories and two runner-up performances this season. This is another Dan Skelton-trained runner who was able to win against a small field at Chepstow in March after previously being pulled up at Ascot.