18:10 Bath Wed 3 July 2019

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  • 5f 160y, Firm
  • 10 Runners
  • Winner£2,782.002nd£828.003rd£414.004th£300.005th£300.006th£300.007th£300.008th£300.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:1m 9.71sOff time:18:11:03
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(7)
69-11OR: 67BFCD
11/4

Dual C&D winner taking a 0-60 handicap here two starts ago under a positive ride; failed to follow up that 4L win dropped to the minimum trip here last time. Will appreciate a return to this distance, needs to cope with this mark, better expected.

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2
(12)
69-7OR: 63
7/2

Last two starts have signalled that a return to winning ways may not be far away; poorly placed when third on her penultimate run, hampered (not clear run) last time. Both those runs have come here, this trip suits; just below her last winning mark.

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3
(2)
49-6OR: 62
10/1

First turf run for this Wolverhampton 7f winner who now tries sprinting for the first time. Usually positively ridden he looked a little awkward last time at Kempton (hence the first-time headgear); interesting contender despite trip doubts.

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5
(4)
69-2OR: 58CD
3/1

Has looked to gather some of his old zeal of late especially at Brighton in his last two starts; finished third there yesterday trying to make all. Has won here three times including over C&D; back in the right grade off a workable mark.

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6
(5)
59-2OR: 58
20/1

Back with former trainer having had a brief sojourn with Robert Cowell who has an easing mark to work with. Best not judged on her only run this year (hampered start/needed run); won't be a surprise to a step forward, market move should be noted.

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7
(6)
79-1OR: 57CD
14/1

Four-time course winner (two over C&D) he's already added to those numbers this year with a C&D win under today's rider. Struggled a little of late off this mark, ran a little better last time without looking at his best, in essence more needed.

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8
(1)
59-0OR: 56CD
10/1

C&D winner who got back to her best at the start of the year to score over 7f at Wolverhampton off a 3lb higher mark. Consistent enough since then, badly hampered (unseated rider) her two starts ago; fair run last time; on balance others appeal more.

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10
(11)
48-3OR: 45
25/1

Eight-race maiden who showed his first real form on his debut for this yard over C&D (appeared to relish the firm ground). Will appreciate a return to a similar scenario today after running poorly on heavy ground at Nottingham last time.

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11
(10)
78-3OR: 45CD
50/1

Twice a C&D winner he's been here 22 times now but doesn't really look one to be interested in at the moment all of his eight runs this year being well below-par. Even off this basement mark he's best watched for now until showing revival signs.

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12
(3)
48-3OR: 45
10/1

Irish raider (trainer 2-20 GB Flat last five seasons) who has yet to win a race (lightly-raced), finishing a respectable sixth in a big-field Naas 6f handicap last time. Off a basement mark here; worth keeping an eye out for a positive market vibes.

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Non-Runners

4
(9)
Pastfact9
59-3OR: 59
T: M S SaundersJ: L P Keniry
9
(8)
Middlescence1
58-11OR: 53
T: Lucinda EgertonJ: Victor Santos

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
6Archimedes59-24/1Full Result
T: D C GriffithsJ: Jim Crowley

Betting

Forecast

Storm Melody (11/4), Archimedes (3/1), Look Surprised (7/2), Middlescence (7/1), Coffeemeanscoffee (10/1), My Town Chicago (10/1), Mooroverthebridge (10/1), Pastfact (12/1), Jaganory (14/1), Compton Poppy (20/1), Bayards Cove (25/1), Burauq (50/1)

Verdict

Half the field have won over C&D some more than once so this will be a complex puzzle for backers to unravel. LOOK SURPRISED has run well here on her last two starts (better than the form figures would suggest) and although she’s not amongst the sextet who have won over C&D she may well join them here. Storm Melody is already twice a winner here over this trip he needs to improve on the form of his last run but the suspicion is that he’s better over this extended 5f. Archimedes won this last year beating Jaganory and if the former turns up after his Brighton exertions yesterday there won’t be much between that pair again. My Town Chicago and Coffeemeanscoffee need watching in the market.
  1. Look Surprised
  2. Storm Melody
  3. Coffeemeanscoffee

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