18:25 Bath Wed 16 May 2018
Seemed to appreciate better ground when winning her maiden last season and then didn't seem to handle the AW subsequently. Open to improvement on her return for stable that is flying.
Unsuited by step up to 6f last time and much better suited by this minimum trip, however bit disappointing in three starts this season.
Has the pace that suggests there's more improvement to come by this further drop in distance. Suited by quick ground last start and should be competitive.
Only win last season for Mich Channon came over this C&D and clearly likes fast ground. However well beaten on stable debut and best watched at present.
Improved performance for switch to forceful tactics and now up 5lb. Harder to dominate in this field but reproduction will see him in the mix.
C&D winner who has reserved her best races for here and these conditions. Stumbled and unseated when fancied on her return but remains on a competitive mark.
Has shown glimpses of ability in three starts and now makes her handicap debut. Could easily leave previous form behind.
Struggled at the end of last season when switching to handicaps. Down 4lb but best watched on return.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R HughesJ: S W Kelly|
Haylah (3/1), Kodina (4/1), Knockout Blow (9/2), Swing Out Sister (9/2), Dreamboat Annie (8/1), Crystal Deauville (9/1), Aquadabra (10/1), Donny Belle (20/1)
- Dreamboat Annie
- Crystal Deauville
- Swing Out Sister
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