14:20 Bath Sat 15 June 2019
Won over this distance at Nottingham last month in a nine runner maiden on soft ground. Didn't really threaten last time at Pontefract over 6f when third of four in a much stronger contest. Should be in the mix today.
Avonbridge filly who was seventh of eight on her debut at Lingfield (6f) on the AW. She was slowly into stride but she should learn from that experience. Others preferred here though.
Was fancied to go well on her debut at Sandown (5f) when she went off as the odds-on favourite at 10/11 but could only finish sixth of seven runners. Worth giving another chance as connections clearly think a lot of her.
Was a long way down the field when 11th of 13 on her opening run at Windsor (6f) 12 days ago where she started slowly into stride. She was 100/1 on debut so there was little support behind her. Others preferred here.
The filly ran moderately well on her debut at Windsor (5f) last month when 6th of 12. After a slow start she got herself back into contention. Likely to improve from last run. One to watch on second start.
Lethal Force filly who was a 12,000 gns foal. Her dam was a winner over 7f in Italy and is a half-sister to 1m winner Fairy Nayef. May need the run today for experience so others preferred.
Oasis Dream filly whose dam was a 7f winner and a half-sister to Muhareer who has won at trips up to 7f. Has to be respected despite debut. Keep an eye for supporting in the market behind her.
Was seventh of 10 runners on debut at Nottingham (5f) 10 days ago where she was prominent until the final 1f before weakening. Should improve for the run so she is one to watch here.
Well-bred filly who was fancied to get off to a winning start at Ascot (5f) last month where she was third of five after going off as the 6/4 favourite. She may well have bumped into a couple of useful horses last time. Leading contender.
Coach House filly who never threatened on debut at Nottingham (5f) last month when going off at 50/1. Difficult to see her being in the mix here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: B R MillmanJ: Theodore Ladd|
Star Alexander (6/5), Daddies Diva (4/1), Divine Covey (9/2), Sabaaya (8/1), Jungle Boogaloo (10/1), Sobriquet (14/1), Aust Ferry (20/1), Bockos Amber (20/1), Lethal Sensation (25/1), Glamorous Anna (66/1), Summers Way (66/1)
- Star Alexander
- Divine Covey
- Daddies Diva
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