13:45 Bath Sat 16 June 2018
Has shown better form on the AW and now 4lb lower than last win on that surface in Ireland. Gets a welcome drop in grade and an eye-catching jockey booking. Looks a leading player.
Pulled up and dismounted on first run for new stable following a lengthy absence. Has been regressive for some time and now wears first-time blinkers.
Has dropped to 3lb lower than when winning this last year and looks on a good mark however two poor runs since returning from hurdling and needs to bounce back.
Only win came over hurdles and didn't stay over further on the AW last time. Drop in distance will help and he'd shown better form in his previous two runs. Has dropped 3lb again and looks on a good mark in this grade.
Second in this race off 6lb higher and although yet to win on turf hasn't been tried often on very quick ground. Ran over too short a distance last time and looks well handicapped in these conditions.
Only poor Flat form for previous stable but has been much improved for new stables in three starts over hurdles. Will be on a very dangerous mark if able to transfer that form to this code.
14-race maiden who found improvement switching to front-running tactics on the AW. However got to set slow early fractions and tried to steal it from 3f out. Needs to progress again to feature.
18-race maiden and well held in all starts this year. Only made moderate late progress last time and she needs to find significant improvement.
Last Year's Winner
|10||Grams And Ounces||10||9-6||3/1||Full Result|
|T: Grace HarrisJ: T J Murphy|
Let's Sway (11/10), Grams And Ounces (7/2), New Street (9/2), Carvelas (11/2), Thahab Ifraj (7/1), Filament Of Gold (14/1), Mistress Viz (20/1), Red Emperor (20/1), Bassino (40/1)
- Filament Of Gold
- Let's Sway
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