16:45 Bath Sat 15 June 2019
His best run so far came over this C&D last year when he was fourth of 10. Was last of four runners at Windsor (5f) on his seasonal reappearance. Will come on for the run but does need to improve to be in the mix.
Won on the AW at Wolverhampton (5f) back in April. Returned to turf last time at Goodwood (5f) where she wasn't a long way behind the winner in seventh place. Hood on for first time. Each-way claims.
Has been running over 1m since handicapping so a big drop down in trip here today. Was second over 6f on the AW at Wolverhampton last season. Any market confidence would be interesting at this distance off what may be a fair mark.
Showed she is capable at this distance when third of eight at Leicester (5f) last season. Returned at Salisbury last month where she could only finish seventh of 13. Needs to bounce back but on handicap debut now so look out for market support.
Was a winner on the AW at Wolverhampton (6f) last time to break her maiden after 12 starts. Shown very little in her three run on turf so far so she now needs to improve on this surface. One to watch.
Was sixth of eight runners at this course last month over 5f when going off at 40/1. Has been down the field on all three starts for new yard. Having another go in a sprint. Others in the race are preferred.
Showed some promise earlier in the season on the AW but was disappointing last time at Wolverhampton (6f) when 11th of 12 runners. Making his turf debut here and it would be a surprise if he was successful at the first attempt.
Still a maiden after eight starts but has come close a couple of times, including on last run on the AW at Lingfield (6f) when third of 12, beaten by just 1¼l. Back on turf where she looked comfortable last season. Each-way claims.
Was third of 13 last time at Salisbury over the extended 7f trip where she tried to make all before getting caught inside the last 1f. Well-bred filly and this distance should suit her. Yard are in form. Leading contender.
Was fourth of six on latest start at Lingfield (6f) when going off at 100/1. Handicap debut today so it would be interesting if there was strong market support behind the lightly-raced gelding today. One to watch.
Looked to be going places when she won at Windsor (5f) earlier in the season but then followed it up with two poor performances, including over this C&D two starts back. Needs to bounce back. One to watch.
Was seventh of 14 at Ffos Las (5f) in a nursery in the pick of her runs as a two-year-old. She is unproven on this ground. This is her first run of the new campaign so she may just need it and improve later in the season.
Shown very little in her three starts so far, including her last outing on the AW at Wolverhampton (7f) last December where she was last of the 11 runners. Handicap debut but needs to show a lot more to be in the mix.
Still a maiden after 10 races and he showed no sign of that changing any time soon in his last start at Chepstow (6f) when she was last of 13. Easy to oppose.
Last Year's Winner
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|T: B R MillmanJ: Rob Hornby|
Chop Chop (7/2), Deptford Mick (5/1), Vino Rosso (6/1), Rakastava (8/1), Foxy Femme (10/1), Sharrabang (10/1), Miss Enigma (10/1), Broadhaven Dream (12/1), Ever Rock (14/1), Lysander Belle (14/1), Knockabout Queen (14/1), Willa's Wish (16/1), Coutts De Ville (25/1), Yfenni (50/1)
- Chop Chop
- Vino Rosso
- Miss Enigma
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