15:55 Bath

MASTER OF BRAZIL has shaped with plenty of promise in each of his three starts thus far and the fitting of cheekpieces could help him open his account. If they don't work the oracle, or this 1m trip stretches his stamina too far, Lingfield fifth Eagles Dare might be the one to take advantage. Stepping up from 7f should suit Denis Coakley's charge and he is one to watch out for, while Pearl Of Wisdom also warrants respect on her debut for powerful connections.
Prediction : 1st Master Of Brazil 2nd Eagles Dare 3rd Pearl Of Wisdom

16:25 Bath

TELL WILLIAM built on his neck defeat over course and distance when scoring gamely at Newbury and, despite a further 3lb rise, he rates the one to beat. Balgair has been knocking on the door over this trip and he is likely to be in the shake-up again, while Sir Plato is clearly much better than showing at Newbury last time. He went there on a hat-trick and has won over track and trip in the past, so possibly deserves another chance.
Prediction : 1st Tell William 2nd Balgair 3rd Sir Plato

17:00 Bath

The form of THE GOLDEN UNICORN's debut second over course and distance looks rock solid with the winner scoring twice again since and, with improvement expected, he could prove tough to beat. Professor Galant showed plenty of promise before running out of gas late on over this trip at Wolverhampton first time out and this speedy type should have more to offer today, while Lingfield third Miss Fernanda might prove best of the remainder.
Prediction : 1st The Golden Unicorn 2nd Professor Galant 3rd Miss Fernanda

17:30 Bath

VELVET VISTA has made the podium the last twice, not beaten far when second at Yarmouth most recently, and is interesting dropping back in trip off a 1lb lower mark. Stopdworldnletmeof has been outrunning his odds since the restart and is respected for David Flood, while Q Twenty Boy was only beaten a neck here on his penultimate start and is only 1lb higher in the ratings, with a line drawn through his recent Sandown disappointment.
Prediction : 1st Velvet Vista 2nd Q Twenty Boy 3rd Stopdworldnletmeof

18:00 Bath

Things didn't go to plan for WHO TOLD JO JO at Ayr last time, but his form before that marks him out as the one to side with, and the course winner is looking for his third win of the year. Alba Del Sole is 10lb higher than when winning at Leicester last month, but hasn't been disgraced on his appearances since that victory, while course-and-distance winning pair Waseem Faris and Storm Melody are regulars here who can't be ignored.
Prediction : 1st Who Told Jo Jo 2nd Alba Del Sole 3rd Waseem Faris

18:30 Bath

The prolific BAL MAL saw his four-race winning streak come to an end in a competitive event at Goodwood last month, but that could be just a minor blip, and John Quinn's progressive sprinter has the chance to make a quick return to winning ways with Danny Redmond returning to the saddle. Star Prize was a scorer here on his penultimate start and wasn't' disgraced on his handicap bow at Doncaster last time, while Shoot To Kill has already tasted success over this track and trip this term and is now tried in first-time blinkers.
Prediction : 1st Bal Mal 2nd Star Prize 3rd Shoot To Kill

19:00 Bath

SONGO didn't appear to stay 1m4f when third at Kempton on his second start for Milton Harris in March so the drop back in trip could unlock further improvement from the four-year-old. Zayriyan has stepped forward on his last couple of outings having benefited from being moved up in distance and he can enter the reckoning along with Savanna Gold, whose second at Beverley earlier in the month puts him in the mix.
Prediction : 1st Songo 2nd Zayriyan 3rd Savanna Gold

19:30 Bath

DERRY BOY won over C&D on his penultimate start and went close to doubling up when filling the runner-up spot at Lingfield last week. David Evans' gelding is able to run off the same rating as he did on the latter occasion and the return to turf could make the difference required. Tiger Zone didn't kick on as expected from his handicap debut when down the field at Windsor but could bounce back with a pair of cheekpieces applied, while Born To Please, who finished third at Sandown last month, and Artillery, who has been gelded ahead of his handicap bow, complete the shortlist.
Prediction : 1st Derry Boy 2nd Tiger Zone 3rd Born To Please

20:00 Bath

SINGING THE BLUES followed up his easy C&D victory, where he had benefited from a change to front-running tactics, by scoring off a 6lb higher mark at Wolverhampton at the end of last month. The five-year-old may have further progression to come with conditions in his favour once again. Sufi has finished third on his last couple of starts, including here over a furlong further, and he warrants respect along with the consistent Elhafei, a winner on his penultimate outing at Lingfield.
Prediction : 1st Singing The Blues 2nd Sufi 3rd Elhafei

13/08/2020 Bath Acca