Last Tuesday the rain didn't stop falling all morning at Leicester, so that by the time of the race for Waterloo Sunset the ground had become very soft. The Adaay gelding just couldn't quicken up out of this going and finished only fourth this time. A return to Lingfield is likely on the cards now, where has run so well in the past. At Bath on Wednesday My Ambition ran another very good race, breaking and settling well for Charlie Bishop, who was pleased with the way in which he travelled, with very good rhythm tracking the race leaders with Joe Fanning setting the fractions. He was still in a very prominent position and going well at the distance, looking to be set for the frame just a length or so back, but he then got stopped in his run in the closing stages by rivals from both sides squeezing him up. This left him pushed back to seventh place in a blanket finish, where he was still beaten under three lengths by the same winner as the last day for the father-son trainer-jockey Loughnane pairing. He will be aimed at a couple more races this season, so it is hoped that he will be able to get his head back in front once again for the Harrow Racing Club and owner Barbara Coakley.