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Goldenhurst
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Goldenhurst was able to break his maiden at the seventh attempt when he won a novice event at Bath (5½f). He was well on top at the finish, scoring by just under four lengths. Richard Hannon's colt looked to enjoy the fast ground in his last race, and he's set to face similar conditions here. Take him to follow up for his second straight win.


Pretty Sweet
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In both of her two starts to date, Pretty Sweet has found just one rival better than her. She was second at Bath (1m3½f) on debut and then, on her opening start for her new trainer George Boughey, she was less than a length behind the winner at Windsor (1m3½f). This filly should step up on what she has produced so far. She sets the standard here and is far more unexposed than many of her rivals.


Beowulf
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Ed Walker's gelding Beowulf went into his last race at Newbury (1m2f) on a hat-trick bid. He was fancied to score for the third straight appearance but had to settle for third place. The handicapper has kept him on the same mark, and he is worth another chance here. The son of Camelot may not have stopped improving so he catches the eye more than any of the other runners in this race.


Steel An Icon
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With two wins from her last three appearances, Steel An Icon is in great form at the moment. She scored at Catterick (1m6f) on her latest outing just five days ago. The filly made all in that race in what was an impressive performance. She will need to carry a 5lb penalty here, but with 7lb claimer Rose Dawes on board, she is well in at the weights. Mick Channon's filly is the one to beat.


About Bath Racecourse

The venue for 22 flat meetings throughout the year, Bath Racecourse boasts a stunning setting in the Avon countryside. Highlights throughout the year include the Listed Lansdowne Fillies Stakes and Beckford Fillies Stakes, the latter a relatively new contest introduced in 2016 which was won last year by Mark Johnston’s consistent stayer Sapa Inca.

Geographically, Bath is the highest racecourse in the country. Watering is often an issue, so the ground there is mostly on the “Firm” side, ideal for fast ground performers.


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