14:45 Bath Sun 16 September 2018
Hasn't shone in her last two outings in decent company but previously ran very well when thrid to the decent Ginger Nut in sales race at Newbury. Reproduction of that form off 6lb lower mark would give her a proper chance.
Landed minor nursery at Brighton last month and again ran well when third at Sandown last time off 5lb higher mark. Eased 1lb and good young rider claims 3lb more so should be thereabouts once again.
€57,000 Society Rock colt showed progressive form at minor level in maidens then ran well when runner-up on handicap bow at Ffos Las last time. Eased 1lb and represnts top yard so has to enter calculations.
Beaten just a neck on third start when trained by Joseph O'Brien and ran with credit on first three starts for current handler. Ran too free in first-time blinkers latest start and no surprise to see them left off here. Worth a market check.
Represents last year's winning stable but will do well to repeat the feat on recent evidence having run poorly last two outings. Down 4lb after poor run over 6f at Ffos Las latest. Drop back in trip may well but has work to do.
One of three trained by Stan Moore in this field, this filly has had just three starts and finished fourth in a Goodwood seller last time out. Makes handicap bow but others appear to offer more.
Bungle Inthejungle filly who hans't looked any great shakes on evidence of her seven appearances so far. Well beaten at Deauville in heavy ground last time and tries the other going extreme now.
Placed twice from 12 starts and has been generally disappointing. Beaten a long way last two starts and hard to make a case for despite receiving weight from all her rivals.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Jim Rockford||2||9-6||3/1||Full Result|
|T: R M BeckettJ: Hector Crouch|
Tinto (2/1), London Rock (11/4), On The Stage (3/1), Staycation (7/1), Raskolnikov (14/1), Ever Rock (20/1), Lippy Lady (22/1), Tisneverending (50/1)
- On The Stage
- London Rock
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