18:40 Bath Fri 7 June 2019

  • T C Building Services Handicap (Class 4)
  • 1m, Good to Firm (Firm in places)
  • 5 Runners
  • Winner£5,531.002nd£1,646.003rd£823.004th£411.005th£400.006th£400.007th£400.008th£400.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:1m 39.71sOff time:18:40:51
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1
(3)
59-7OR: 79D
7/2

Best form has come with give underfoot so the forecast fast ground has to be a major concern. If the going eases then he would have good claims following solid second at Lingfield last time.

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2
(5)
49-7OR: 79CD
7/4

275,000 guineas Dawn Appraoch yearling in 2016 but made debut only in March 2019 when winning by a nose at Kempton. Followed up over C&D last month before unplaced from bad draw at Kempton last time. Sets a decent standard off 2lb lower mark.

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4
(6)
59-3OR: 75
9/2

6-15 on AW but just 1-22 on turf. Fair run latest over Ascot mile when ninth of 20 and off 1lb lower mark isn't out of it, but finds winning in this sphere a tough ask.

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5
(2)
69-2OR: 74CD
10/3

One win and a nose second in two visits here and has good overall record on turf on quick ground. Makes debut for new yard and champion jockey booked so connections may well be more than hopeful.

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6
(1)
59-1OR: 73CD
9/1

Won this race 12 months ago off same mark having been second on only previous visit here. Poor form in three starts so far this term but return to this venue could spark a revival with first-time blinkers fitted.

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Non-Runners

3
(4)
Redgrave21
59-5OR: 77
T: J TuiteJ: David Probert

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
1Sir Plato49-04/1Full Result
T: B R MillmanJ: Jason Watson

Betting

Forecast

Nahham (7/4), Rock Icon (10/3), Salt Whistle Bay (7/2), Poetic Force (9/2), Redgrave (5/1), Sir Plato (9/1)

Verdict

NAHHAM can be forgiven his latest run where he was posted very wide and his rider had to make a lot of use of him early on to get into contention. In this smaller field he should prove a potent force and is a confident choice. Last year's winner Sir Plato is back on the same mark and the the fitting off blinkers for the first time may energise him, while Rock Icon is interesting with De Sousa on board and goes well here. Poetic Force looks best of the rest with Salt Whistle Bay needing rain to aid his cause.
  1. Nahham
  2. Rock Icon
  3. Sir Plato

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