16:30 Bath Sun 16 September 2018
Dick Turpin gelding who has finished last in both starts so far and hasn't shown any reaslistic level of form. Impossible to fancy.
Oasis Dream colt having his fifth start, he has run with credit when placed on his last two outings and has decent claims if handling the anticpated fast ground.
Showed ability in four starts earlier in the campaign before being gelded. Returned after that to run freely in the lead at Goodwood over 1m2f when faded and beaten at odds-on. Drop back should help but doesn't appear the easiest of rides.
Four-year-old Excelebration filly who makes her racing debut. Bought for 16,000 guineas as a yearling but has obviously had issues and likely to benefit greatly from this experience on belated racecurse bow.
Debutante Helmet filly out of dam who was placed in Group company. Looks the part on paper but this is a late racecourse debut and may have had issues. Worth a market check though.
Beaten out of sight on all three starts so far, including in a seller at Chepstow last time. Hard to see step up in trip bringing about enough improvement to figure here.
Siyouni filly who lost her rider early on debut and hasn't shown a greta deal in two starts since, although not disgraced at Lingfield (7f) last time. Looks up against it though.
Last Year's Winner
Bawaasil (4/7), Cogital (15/8), Lily Of Year (14/1), Amy Kane (33/1), Brockagh Cailin (40/1), Crystal Blade (100/1), Croeso Cymraeg (150/1)
- Lily Of Year
Log in for access to this exclusive content.
The easy ground at Goodwood will play to the strengths of Harlequin Striker on Wednesday, according to Matt Brocklebank.
Matt Brocklebank looks ahead to the Cesarewitch at Newmarket on October 13 and identifies a Willie Mullins-trained 20/1 chance as the best bet.
Nick Robson feels Gabr can take advantage of a drop in class on Wednesday - he has a tip for every race on every card.