17:55 Bath Wed 15 May 2019
Winner at Carlisle and Leicester over 6f last season, but was not at her best towards the end of the campaign. Looks a little high in the handicap on her return to action.
Beaten, although not disgraced, off this sort of mark towards the end of last season. Has gone well fresh so absence since December is not too much of a worry.
Capable performer on her day, but is not the most consistent. Not much wrong with her latest effort at Doncaster, however, and is only 2lb higher than her last winning mark in November.
C&D winner who is usually kept busy and her recent second of 10 over 5f at this track suggests she is coming to the boil. Down 2lb so has to enter calculations at a venue which clearly suits.
Seasonal reappearance and wearing a tongue tie (retained) for the first time when satisfactory fifth of eight, beaten 3L, at Lingfield last month. Likes fast ground and is feasibly weighted.
Drew a blank last season and handicap mark has plunged accordingly. Has the ability to take advantage of this mark if anywhere near her best, but she is not getting any younger.
Bits and pieces of fair form without winning last year. Won over this C&D off 11lb higher two years ago so clearly has potential to get involved if the fire still burns.
Scored over 7f at Wolverhampton in January and has run with credit over a variety of distances since. Has winning form over C&D and has claims off a fair mark.
Stable companion of Mooroverthebridge who remains a maiden after 41 races. Fourth of 10, albeit beaten 7L, at this track recently and no obvious reason why she should end her victory drought.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Olly MurphyJ: Hayley Turner|
Powerful Dream (9/4), Roys Dream (5/1), Tundra (11/2), Mooroverthebridge (6/1), Kath's Lustre (12/1), Exceedingly Diva (12/1), Ghepardo (14/1), Babyfact (20/1), Edged Out (33/1), Tally's Song (66/1)
- Powerful Dream
Rule 4 applies to all bets - deduction 10p in the pound
Log in for access to this exclusive content.
Next Race Off
Duke Of Hazzard is fancied in the Silver Bowl at Haydock as Keith Hamer previews Saturday's action - he's got a tip for every race at every meeting.
4/1 winner for David Ord on Saturday and he turns to a Peter Bowen raider at Kelso on Sunday now.
Keith Hamer makes Barton Knoll his best bet for Sunday and he has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.