• 18:50 Coca Cola Classic Claiming Stakes5f 161y

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Firm, Good to Firm in places
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 1m 10.07s
  • Off time: 18:50:37
18:50 Bath Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Piazza San Pietro 3/1
2nd The Name Is Frank 10/1
3rd Miss Firefly 11/4


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 (9) 780-308 YELLOW, BLACK star, quartered cap Mr Forthright 24
Course Winner
5 9-2 p1 J M Bradley Saleem Golam (5) 46 16/117.00
2 (5) 3-29221 Purple, yellow star, chevrons on sleeves, purple cap, yellow star Piazza San Pietro 15
3 9-1 p1 A B Haynes S Sanders 68 3/14.00
3 (3) 087500- White, Royal Blue sash, Orange cap Professor Malone 226
4 8-12 M S Tuck T Block 45 50/151.00
4 (1) 602868 Maroon, light blue hoops, maroon sleeves, light blue stars Fyodor (IRE) 17
Beaten FavouriteDistance Winner
8 8-10 v P D Evans S Donohoe 65 7/24.50
5 (6) 241494 PINK, BLACK epaulets and diamond on cap One More Round (USA) 57
Distance Winner
11 8-10 b P D Evans Richard Evans (5) 65 6/17.00
6 (8) 0640-70 Yellow, Dark Blue star, Yellow sleeves, Dark Blue seams and cap The Name Is Frank 15
Distance Winner
4 8-8 Mark Gillard E Ahern 52 10/111.00
7 (2) 026672 GREY and PINK check, PINK sleeves and cap Miss Firefly 3
Course Winner
4 8-7 R J Hodges William Carson (5) 50 11/43.75
8 (4) 00-9856 Pink, Maroon star Shybutwilling (IRE) 13
4 8-7 Mrs P N Dutfield F Sweeney 48 16/117.00
9 (7) 08-4906 Black, Yellow epaulets, striped sleeves and star on cap Talamahana 24
Distance Winner
4 8-7 v A B Haynes David Probert (3) 43 22/123.00


The weights of this claimer favour ONE MORE ROUND who is fancied to see off a stern challenge from both Fyodor and Piazza San Pietro. David Evan's experienced old campaigner knows all the tricks and is not always the most sympathetic to his jockey's wishes. However today's pilot Richard Evans, riding for his father, has now got two wins on the horse. He will be hoping to make amends for the run last time at Lingfield where he managed to find more trouble than a group of hoodies with a can of cider, and with a clearer run today then he must go close. His main rival may be Piazza San Pietro who got his head in front last time at Chepstow. He can be a bit of a reluctant hero and it is no real surprise to see the cheek-pieces applied on just his second start for his new yard. Mr Forthright also tries the cheek-pieces, but he looks like one of the less likely winners despite his trainers 15% strike-rate in claimers this year. Fyodor was well-held last time at Windsor and he has failed to fire since finishing second (ahead of the selection) in a Lingfield seller in May; he is a big threat, especially if the market agrees, however it is his stablemate One More Round who can be the toast of the town.