Just edged out by Syphax in the Acomb Stakes at York last time, when carrying the Godolphin colours for the first time, and looks the one to be on with the strong possibility of better to come. He’s by King George winner Azamour out of an 11-furlong winner and should relish this step up to a mile.
Blue Point is clearly the one to beat in Saturday’s Middle Park Stakes in Caravaggio’s absence.
Godolphin’s colt looked a top prospect when winning minor events at Nottingham and Doncaster on his first two starts. Having finished second of four to the re-opposing Mehmas in the Richmond Stakes at Glorious Goodwood, he got straight back on track when taking the Gimcrack Stakes at York by three lengths from Mokarris.
Blue Point is a high-class performer in the making and can confirm that this weekend.