14:55 Bath Sat 16 June 2018
Third to a smart sort (who has franked the form in a good Newmarket handicap) on the AW when showing plenty of speed. Drop back to 5f on quick ground should be ideal on turf debut.
Long odds and never involved on her belated debut at Lingfield last month (6f) and a similar scenario is anticipated here.
Like stablemate Bambajee made a much belated debut when well beaten at a big price and likewise remains best watched.
Had one run last season and was well beaten once again after a return from over a year off back at this track. Hard to make a case for.
Showed speed on her return when third on the AW. Drop in distance looks a plus and she'll improve when she learns to settle. However this will require plenty of improvement.
Hasn't really progressed in two starts since her first run but showed enough on her turf debut she can be competitive again in this grade. Likely she'll be better once going handicapping but rates a danger.
Last Year's Winner
Queen Of Desire (7/4), Be Be King (15/8), L'Age D'Or (3/1), Soumei (3/1), Bambajee (10/1), Crimson Princess (20/1), Katherine Place (25/1), Forever Words (33/1)
- Be Be King
- Queen Of Desire
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