Timeform pick out their three best bets from Windsor on Monday evening…
“…she had looked promising when making a winning debut at Doncaster in April…”
Timeform on Indian Tygress
ROYAL BIG NIGHT continued his record of run-to-run improvement when opening his account at Epsom recently and, with further progress likely, he is taken to follow up on this nursery debut. The soft ground may have been to blame for Dombra’s below-par display behind Greeley at Newmarket and Hugo Palmer’s charge may well reverse the placings with that rival under these conditions.
The vote goes to BATHSHEBA BAY, who wasn’t disgraced in a competitive Glorious Goodwood handicap 11 days ago and faces a less taxing assignment here. Unexposed Godolphin colt Midnight Meeting is armed with potential ahead of this handicap debut and has to be feared, although he’s likely to be plenty short enough in the betting and Contango may be the one to mount the biggest challenge.
INDIAN TYGRESS was turned over on the all-weather last month, but she had looked promising when making a winning debut at Doncaster in April and remains open to improvement, so could be the way to go ahead of Dubai Silk, who lowered the colours of some decent types over C&D in May. The market should be revealing with regard to the prospects of newcomers Poyle George Two and Maid of Spirit.