15:20 Bath Sun 15 September 2019
Thrived over the last year and chases win number six from just eight starts for her current yard. She won well over C&D last month but a 6lb higher mark means a personal best is now required; but she can still make this a good test.
Not beaten far last time she was tried over C&D and notable this race is a class below that level. Interesting the blinkers replace a visor (and cheekpieces before that) and the filly would be dangerous to rule out if the headgear keeps her focused.
Won a maiden on debut for Richard Hannon but form has been mixed since he joined his current yard. Returned from a wind operation with a solid run to finish second at Leicester last week and place claims if able to repeat from the same mark here.
Placed in her first two starts of the current campaign but has gone off the boil lately. A visor is tried after cheekpieces had little impact at Goodwood earlier this month and noteworthy the rider takes 7lb off with his claim. Risky for win only.
Enjoyed a profitable spell at the height of summer but the handicapper did his job and she's struggled form revised marks since her win at Brighton in June. Still 3lb above that winning rating and she has another stiff test ahead.
Unraced last year and not made much of an impact since his belated racecourse bow on the AW at Lingfield in January. Well beaten in all three starts since being gelded but on a handy mark if he can bounce back.
Last Year's Winner
Orange Suit (7/4), Albanita (9/4), Junior Rip (9/4), Miss Blondell (5/1), Princess Way (5/1), Allocator (12/1), Couldn't Could She (16/1)
- Princess Way
- Orange Suit
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