BATHSHEBA Bay showed a willing attitude to land the feature Class 3 Handicap over 10 furlongs at Windsor Racecourse on Monday.

The son of Footstepsinthesand, who won the 2,000 Guineas in 2005, had only been placed once in four previous races this season.

Trained in Wiltshire by Richard Hannon, the 9-4 chance was pushed along by Tom Marquand to dispute the lead entering the home straight before taking a narrow advantage in the final furlong.

Bathsheba Bay was then driven to hold on by half a length from runner-up Noble Gift (20-1), who fought on well in the closing stages.

I'm Freezing was down the field in a six-furlong Novice Stakes for fillies but shaped nicely and is one to keep an eye on for nurseries.

The daughter of two-time Group 2 winner Iffraaj was held up in the last pair but outpaced at halfway and nudged along two furlongs from the finish.

The 20-1 chance made modest late progress but was never involved and beaten 13 and a quarter lengths by race winner Aim Power (5-2).

Goodnight Girl absolutely hosed up off a career-high mark in a Handicap on Sunday and is a filly on the up.

The daughter of Group 1 winner Clodovil was making her fourth appearance at Windsor and her form at the Berkshire track now reads 3212.

The 6-5 favourite made all and drew well clear under Rob Hornby to very easily beat her three rivals by six lengths.

Goodnight Girl could make a quick reappearance in the Grey Horse Handicap at Newmarket this Saturday (3.20pm).

Racing returns to Windsor this Monday for a six-race card that gets under way at 5.30pm and includes the Class 2 Windsor Sprint Series Finale (7pm).

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