Unless Robert Cowell's newcomer Hot Amber is useful, and her pedigree suggests that could be the case as she's a half-sister to several winners, then this looks destined for JERSEY CREAM. Gary Moore's filly made a fair start behind Hiking at Windsor where she stayed on nicely after missing the break and will have learnt plenty from the experience. Reflected Love was unfancied and well beaten at Newbury but showed early pace and can do better while Unfashionable was staying on over the minimum trip at Bath. Morgans Bluff also showed good pace for a long way at Newbury but weakened quickly and finished well beaten.
Jersey Cream (IRE) 16-1 (9-0) Held up towards rear, headway on outside and switched left 2f out, stayed on to 3rd inside final furlong and kept on in closing stages but never any chance with very easy winner, 3rd of 11, 7l behind Hiking (9-0) at Windsor 6f 2yo mdn aut (5) gd in Jun.
Hot Amber (USA) Langfuhr filly out of Tres Chaud.
Reflected Love (IRE) 20-1 (9-0) In touch in mid-division, no impression from over 2f out, 11th of 15, 11l behind Baby Bush (9-0) at Newbury 6f 2yo stks (4) gf.
Unfashionable (IRE) 14-1 (9-0) Soon pushed along, always in rear, 5th of 7, 9l behind Bird of Light (9-0) at Bath 5f 2yo mdn aut (6) fm in May.
Morgans Bluff 66-1 (7-13) Mid-division, weakened 2f out, 11th of 13, 13l behind Kendal Mint (8-10) at Newbury 6f 2yo flls mdn auc stks (4) gf in Jun.