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Cees-y Does It.

Highly consistent Top Cees (4.0) should win the beer money in today's Tennent Trophy at Ayr.

Top Cees (above) was on the easy list after being badly hampered and injured in a Chester Cup rough house and was just in need of last week's run behind James Fanshawe's useful handicapper Arctic Owl.

The field has cut up most disappointingly for such a handsome purse and the race could develop into a tactical game of cat and mouse.

Locally-owned Forgie usually races keenly and wouldn't want it to develop into a sprint so Top Cees should get a nice lead.

David Loder's unraced High Regard (3.30) can live up to his name in Channel 4's opening event, while a repeat of his solid effort behind Polly Golightly at York would be good enough to see Grand Estate (4.30) in the winners circle.

Jack Berry has a typically nippy sort in Angie Baby (2.20) and course winner Safio (2.55) is fancied to swoop fast and late.

Jim Goldie's enigmatic character Keep Battling (5.00) is running into form and isn't badly treated.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Author:Thomson), GARRY OWEN (Alan
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jun 20, 1998
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