16:10 Bath Sat 15 June 2019
A C&D who scored on his last start at Salisbury (6f) last time on soft ground. Remains off the same mark despite his recent success so he has to be considered to continue his excellent form this season.
Has ran moderately well so far on his two starts this season, including latest when fourth of 12 at Wolverhampton (7f) on the AW. He is back down in trip here in ground he is unproven on. One to watch.
Has been down the field in his two starts for his new yard, including on latest start at Kempton (7f) on the AW where he came home seventh of 11. Was once rated as high as 109 though so he is capable. Needs to bounce back to form.
Showed some promise as a two-year-old last season with victory coming in a novice contest at Chepstow (5f). Doesn't look to have progressed on the evidence of his two starts this season. There still could be more to come from him though.
Won at this course last season over the bare minimum 5f trip. in what was a solid campaign for the gelding. His form so far this season has been disappointing. Has a much better chance off current mark. One to consider.
Won on his opening start for his new yard on the AW at Chelmsford (6f) back in March. Then followed that up with a solid third place of 12 runners at on the polytrack Wolverhampton (6f). Been in good form so one for shortlist.
Won as a two-year-old at Salisbury (6f) but has been unable to follow that up since then. Didn't threaten last time at Kempton (6f) on the AW in what was his first start for his new yard. Difficult to fancy.
Was 13th of 17 on his return to action last month at Salisbury (6f) when going off at 66/1 in the betting. Has since switched yards and would need to improve a lot to be in the frame here as she looks for her second ever win on turf.
Has won three times over the minimum 5f distance but all of those successes have come on fast ground so any rain would be a concern for her. She was well beaten at Windsor (5f) last time. Others preferred.
Won on the AW at Kempton (6f) back in March but hasn't been able to transfer his form to turf. Was much better last time at Nottingham (6f) where he was only beaten by 3¼l. Others preferred.
Last Year's Winner
Handytalk (13/8), Peace Dreamer (5/2), Grey Galleon (5/1), Whataguy (11/2), Look Surprised (8/1), Big Lachie (9/1), Gottardo (10/1), Miracle Garden (14/1), Walkman (16/1), The Lacemaker (33/1), Outback Traveller (33/1)
- Peace Dreamer
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