17:55 Bath Sat 16 June 2018
Maiden who has run to a consistent level in all 7 starts. Gets a welcome drop in class and should be competitive again if handling the quicker conditions.
Disappointed in both runs this season (both at this course) and remains best watched at present until signs of a revival.
Cost €300,000 and is a sister to Group 1 winner Signs of Blessing. Hasn't progressed from her debut or live up to that price tag but is given a realistic introduction to handicaps. Trainer won this two years ago.
Got too far back in his bid for a hat-trick after vastly improved form in his previous two wins. With a more forward ride could be ahead of the handicapper still and likes quick ground. Looks a leading contender.
Had been struggling on the AW and fared no better back on turf over this C&D last time. Hard to make a case for.
Maiden after 14 starts but ran a decent second on AW on most recent run. This slightly shorter trip and quick ground suit but this a bit tougher.
Disappointed on soft ground last time but had previously run two solid thirds at this level in similar conditions. One to consider in a tight race.
Unseated early and then well beaten last place in her most recent two starts and hard to recommend on current form.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M S SaundersJ: L P Keniry|
It's A Wish (9/4), Cent Flying (5/2), Spanish Star (3/1), Spot Lite (4/1), Rio Santos (6/1), Llamrei (7/1), Aquadabra (14/1), Pranceabootthetoon (16/1), Spirit Of Ishy (28/1)
- Spot Lite
- Cent Flying
- Spanish Star
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