14:30 Bath Fri 24 May 2019
Sir Prancealot-filly whose trainer and jockey are both in great form at present. Not the most competitive of races and has definite each-way claims on debut.
Holds the best form in this race by a fair way after two respectable efforts. Fourth on debut behind the Marygate winner Good Vibes, and then finished runner-up behind an exciting prospect at Salisbury just eight days ago. Should be tough to beat.
Unraced Bated Breath-filly who cost 25,000gns as a yearling. Yard isn't readily associated with two-year old debut winners, so a watching brief advised.
Fourth on debut at Ascot (5f; soft)behind the exciting Godolphin colt Final Song. Five length behind that winner, but is likely to have improved a great deal for the experience. Nothing of that class in this race and subsequently a big player.
Changed yards after running abysmally on debut for Ed Dunlop. Readily opposed for trainer who has never had a two-year-old runner.
Last Year's Winner
|6||K Club||2||9-0||8/1||Full Result|
|T: R HannonJ: T E Whelan|
Aroha (6/4), Inyamazane (9/4), Applecross (5/2), Know No Limits (10/3), Gert Lush (8/1), Star's Daughter (100/1)
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