17:40 Bath Mon 2 October 2017
Claimed for £3,000 following a victory at Catterick (5f, good-to-soft) in July and stepped up on a disappointing debut for this yard when finishing fifth at Chepstow (5f, soft) last time.
Best effort so far came when finishing third of 15 over 5f at Chepstow (soft) last month. Races off the same mark today and one to note with ground conditions forecast to be soft once more.
Placed on two of her four starts so far including on good-to-firm ground over this trip in August. Unproven on soft surfaces and interesting to see how she fares.
Maiden after ten starts but has placed on good-to-soft ground in the past. Well beaten on heavy going at Leicester last time out and more needed off the same mark today.
Ran well to finish runner-up on soft ground over C&D in August. Well held in two subsequent starts including on handicap debut at Chepstow (5f, soft) last time out.
Wore a visor when breaking his maiden in a nursery over 5f at Chepstow (soft) last time out. Made all on that occasion and races off a 5lb higher mark today.
Well beaten on all four starts so far including when finishing last of ten on handicap debut at Kempton over 6f a month ago.
Unplaced in all five starts but put in a fair effort when 3L sixth over 5f at Chepstow (soft) last month. Work to do if he's to reverse form with Owen The Law on that running and likely to find a few too good once more.
Last Year's Winner
Owen The Law (10/3), Savannah's Show (7/2), Red For Danger (9/2), Jonnysimpson (5/1), Cove Beach (5/1), Just For The Craic (11/2), Zapateado (6/1), Terri Rules (11/1), Bucks Frizz (22/1)
- Cove Beach
- Owen The Law
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