HEER WE GO AGAIN (2.50) is running out of time to pick up a small juvenile contest before the better two-year-olds start appearing, but David Evans has found his colt a winning opportunity at Bath.
Heer We Go Again had four lengths in hand of Forced when they ran third and fourth respectively at Lingfield and he should confirm places. Heer We Go Again has since been pipped at Leicester and Evans reaches for a first-time visor.
SIMBIRSK (4.00) didn't run like a 25-1 rag at Windsor on his first start for John O'Shea, finding only one too good in a 15-strong field, and is fancied to go one better.
At Beverley, MUATADEL (3.40) has good prospects in the 7f handicap. Roger Fell's gelding is a versatile sort and his third to Galloway Hills at Redcar last month was boosted when runner-up Epeius scored for Ben Haslam at Newcastle last week.
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