17:30 Bath Sat 14 September 2019
Tremendously consistent filly, who has been there or thereabouts in nearly all of her 13 starts this season. Not beaten far at all despite finishing last in a three-runner affair at Chelmsford (5f; standard) most recently.
Dropped 12lb in the weights this year after what has been a majorly disappointing season. Claims if able to reproduce form of his runner-up effort at Ripon (5f; soft) in June but that was in very different conditions. Risky proposition.
Needs to step up by some way on the bare form of her first win in 2019 when successful in a seller last month. Had been holding her own in this grade beforehand though, so is on the shortlist.
Four-time C&D winner, and mainly in good form this season with consistent efforts on each of his last four starts. This is a step up in grade, however, and losing run is mounting up so he can only be fancied for place purposes.
Suffered narrow defeats the last twice, most recently when a neck-second at Brighton (5f; good to firm). Only 2lb higher in the weights for those efforts, and has place claims if in similar form.
Needs to improve on the bare form of his third over C&D on his return from a four-month break. Sole success of this season came at Guernsey in May, the strength of which is difficult to assess.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Nibras Again||4||8-13||8/1||Full Result|
|T: I MohammedJ: Aaron Jones|
Secretfact (11/4), Pink Flamingo (11/4), More Than Likely (7/2), Harry Hurricane (7/2), It Must Be Faith (5/1), Glamorous Rocket (13/2), Good Luck Fox (9/1)
- Harry Hurricane
- Pink Flamingo
- Glamorous Rocket
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