15:45 Bath Sun 17 September 2017

  • Southmead Glass & Glazing Nursery (Div 1) (Class 5)
  • 5f 10y, Good to Soft
  • 5 Runners
  • Winner£3,234.002nd£962.003rd£481.004th£240.005th£494.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:1m 5.35sOff time:15:45:48
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1
(5)
29-11OR: 77D
7/2

Winner over 5f on AW at Wolverhampton in July on second start, built on that next time at Ripon when runner-up. Bit of a blip latest over 6f at Chepstow but right near the top of the shortlist down in trip for firs handicap.

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2
(1)
Fab20
29-7OR: 73
7/1

Has shown bits and pieces of promise in four starts (two on AW) so far, could easily come forward now handicapping and betting check is merited.

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3
(2)
29-6OR: 72BF
3/1

Has been favourite / joint-favourite in five of six starts to date, without obliging his followers. Could take a hand in the finish but for now is one to give a watching brief to.

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5
(3)
29-3OR: 69
15/8

Just the three starts and shaped well enough in C&D maiden last month (good to soft) to merit some consideration now going handicapping.

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7
(6)
28-7OR: 59
6/1

Filly is unplaced in five starts so far, finished 3½L seventh of ten over this C&D last time out in first-time blinker (discarded here). Tends to get up on the pace, may do better if waited with. Not ruled out.

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4
(7)
Aquadabra1
29-3OR: 69
T: M R ChannonJ: David Egan
6
(4)
Billiebrookedit19
28-13OR: 65
T: Steph HollinsheadJ: Adam Beschizza

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Betting

Forecast

Spanish Star (15/8), Jim Rockford (3/1), Deviate (7/2), Hastenplace (6/1), Aquadabra (6/1), Fab (7/1), Billiebrookedit (25/1)

Verdict

Jim Rockford has been a perennial market leader in six races to date and, while he's sure to pop up sometime, has become costly to follow already. Deviate would surely be a confident selection but for a poor show last time at Chepstow, though this drop back in distance should be favourable. It might prove wise to side handicap debutant SPANISH STAR, who shaped nicely in a C&D maiden last time out and looks to be on a fair opening mark, while Hastenplace may do better if delivered later.
  1. Spanish Star
  2. Deviate
  3. Jim Rockford

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