One horse, jockey and trainer that takes the eye this weekend

Horse To Follow - Clan Legend - Ayr

In the first race of the day from Scotland we fancy Clan Legend for the Nick Alexander team who has been the picture of consistency recently.

This season the gelding has ran four times placing in three of his events, winning one of them and with him enjoying really muddy conditions he will be in his element on Saturday at Ayr

He goes off the same mark as his third and second in his last two runs and in this smaller field should give another good account of himself.

Trainer To Follow - Stuart Williams - Wolverhampton

Stuart Williams is a very shrewd flat trainer that only takes two runners to Wolverhampton on Saturday afternoon and with one being a big outsider the other could be one to follow.

The six year old Via Serendipity has turned into a bit of an all weather specialist this season running on it four times since October and winning twice.

He won nicely at the back end of last year at Kempton in a 14 runner event which looked to have a similar field to this one and then last time out he scored at Wolverhampton beating the favourite Fox Power.

He does give weight away again today but should give good account of himself.

Jockey To Follow - Ryan Moore - Wolverhampton

Ryan Moore returned to the UK flat racing scene on Wednesday with a decent third but he will be looking to get his British season off to a nice start at Wolverhampton this weekend.

He only has two rides with both of them needing to be watched closely but in the feature Listed Lady Wulfruna Stakes and Urban Icon is the one to beat.

The Richard Hannon trained four year old is having his first run of the season and if he returns anything like he was in some hot contests last term, he takes this with ease.

He finished a narrow second at Epsom in the Listed Surrey Stakes and also finished a narrow fourth at Royal Ascot in the Grade Three Jersey Stakes which looks the best form on offer.

He is making his all weather debut but looks like the type that will handle the Tapeta surface.

His other runner of the day comes in the second race of the day just before Urban Icon and he sits on another of Richard Hannon's runners Embour and he has a live chance if returning to the form of his fifth in the Ayr Gold Cup.

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