The first tracker horse to follow this weekend is the Kevin Ryan trained King Of York who makes his handicap debut at Ayr in the Class 3 event over a mile.
The two year old son of Kingman was a 350,000gns purchase as a yearling for Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum and he has given the impression that now handicapping he can be ultra competitive.
Starting his career at Haydock over seven furlongs he was fourth of 10 in a decent race behind the talented Albahr and then backed that over the same C&D when a better third again behind two nice types.
The colt thought he had got off the mark last time out at Carlisle stepping up to mile only losing the race in the stewards room.
Now handicapping it looks as though he can be a big player and off a mark of 80 his pedigree suggests he should be better.