To take our three guys in Wales first it is perhaps easiest to talk about their propensity for handling the ground; Heavy, Soft in places, around which their chance probably revolves; Born to Please should be fine on it; Bullseye Bullet may be alright being out of a Diktat Mare who won on the Soft and the truth is that Misu Pete is the one who we might have the least feel for, having run only once on the turf in his entire career, when winning at Ffos Las on good ground in July just passed.
The Ffos Las Nursery, in particular, might not be the greatest two year old Handicap ever run and Bullseye Bullet has shown enough at home to think that this type of race is perfectly within his compass. Born to Please, back on the easy ground she appreciated at Sandown and still reasonably handicapped, also has a chance that should be respected.
Dreamboat Annie, a big, striking and substantial filly is both genuine and consistent (just ignore her run at Wolverhampton where she was just not suited to running the Dunstall Park bends) and has a real track record at Bath, having won and been a neck second from two starts.Perhaps unlike the Ffos Las Nursery her race at Bath is a competitive six runner affair but off a pound lower than running terribly well at Sandown a fortnight ago she goes back to the Somerset track to run well on Good to Soft ground that will almost certainly have started to dry to some extent by this afternoon.
A busy afternoon that might bring some reward.