15:10 Bath Sat 14 September 2019
Made perfect start to his racing career when he came with a late run to get the better of Overpriced Mixer at Kempton (1m; standard to slow). Should uphold that form now he has experience on his side.
Not been able to make his mark in handicap company as of yet, but she has gone close on a couple of occasions. More exposed than most, so new trip does need to bring out improvement in her. Not ruled out.
Poet's Voice colt who made 20,000gns as a two-year-old. Half-brother to the talented trio of Dame Malliot, Banksea & Stone The Crows. Hails from yard who known how to ready a winning newcomer and this is a weak race to start off in.
Not achieved anything of any real note in three runs so far, and he finished last of 10 at Windsor (6f; good to firm) at the beginning of the month. Yard going through a quiet spell also, and can't be fancied.
Extremely difficult to make a case for, given the manner of her two defeats in both career starts so far, including when a well-beaten fifth of five at Chepstow (7f; good) last time. Others have far stronger claims.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Eesha's Smile||2||9-2||3/1||Full Result|
|T: M JohnstonJ: Jack Mitchell|
Bronze River (8/11), Zabeel Champion (9/4), Overpriced Mixer (9/4), Space Ace (9/2), Numinous (25/1), Unbridled Light (50/1)
- Bronze River
- Overpriced Mixer
- Zabeel Champion
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