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Daily Racing Multiple: Hogan can be our multiple hero on Monday

Alan is siding with two at Ayr for their first jumps' fixture of the season

Alan Dudman likes the look of Hoganville and The Kalooki Kid at Ayr for Monday's 15/1 Sportsbook double...

  • Conditional jockey in form
  • Hoganville stayed well at Hexham last time
  • Al Dudman is backing a 12/1 Sportsbook double on Monday at Ayr

Hoganville can follow up Hexham victory with Rabbit

Back Hoganville @ 4.03/1 in the 15:50 at Ayr

It was good to see A Different Kind well backed and running well at Aintree yesterday, but second was the best we could do with the two selections, as Michael Scudamore's runner didn't get the job done at all. It's that tricky time of year on the crossover from the Flat to the National Hunt racing and one or two shocks, and indeed horses waiting for bottomless ground.

The golden spell of winners in September seems a long time ago now, but riding through the mud I am hoping to get on the board on Monday.

I've outlined the stats for the case with Hoganville in today's Monday Racing News column, as Connor Rabbit is teaming up with George Bewley.

I was very impressed with Rabbit last term - usually when riding in Scotland and the 7lb claimer got him home fairly easily over 3m at Hexham last time by 2L.

Rabbit is 2-5 in the last month at 40% with a profit of nearly +18.00 in that time, and with Bewley, a trainer who is currently 5-8 at 67% in the last four weeks, it looks a fearsome combination.

Hoganville is up to 102, but this doesn't look a strong race if you take out the favourite, and the selection looked a strong stayer last time in the north east, he should be going close here with his stamina. I like Hexham form anyway as I think it travels well for 3m horses.

He had shown ability in Ireland for Paul Nolan too.

Kalooki can make an impact on debut for Richards

Back The Kalooki Kid @ 4.57/2 in the 16:25 at Ayr

As ever, I don't mind a bumper, and the Kalooki Kid looks to have a bit of staying power in his pedigree for a winning debut in the finale.

He's the first horse out of Wild Blueberry, who didn't race much in Ireland, but she's a relation to Valiramix and Yorkshire Oaks winner Condessa.

Magic Wave the favourite has already had two goes, including a fair effort over CD finishing second, but Richards does well with his bumper runners here and is very much in form at the moment with 5-11 at 45%. It helps having Brian Hughes on board too who rode a fabulous race at Aintree yesterday over fences to win with Riders On The Storm.

September/October singles winners:

Sole Pretender 9/1 Placed R4
Maximilian Evens Won
Another Odyssey 5/4 Won
Magnetic North 16/1 Placed
Mr Alan 4/1 Won
Bright Diamond 13/2 Placed
Hurtle 2/1 Won
Good Impression 3/1 Won
Soft Whisper 2/1 Won
Enduring 9/1 Placed
Noble Dynasty 3/1 Won
Nostrum 2/1 Won
Kaif 15/8 Won
Only Money 2/1 Won
Ah La Francaise 5/2 Won
Exoplanet 5/1 Won
Courage Mon Ami 5/1 Won
City Walk 9/4 Won
Shaara 6/1 Won
Tarhib 5/4 Won
City Vaults 5/2 Won
Sea Stone 9/1 Won
Funny Story 5/2 Won
New Kingdom 8/1 Won
Prakasa 6/4 Won
Well Educated 9/4 Won
Kingori 10/11 Won
Dynamic Kate 10/11 Won
First View 9/2 Won
Mostahdaf 9/2 Won
Leopold's Rock 4/5 Won
High Velocity 9/2 Won
Back On Springs 5/4 Won

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