Was the first juvenile runner for the Brian Meehan team nine days ago at Windsor, putting up an excellent performance despite showing signs of greenness, The winner Emten is highly regarded and will be heading to the Listed National Stakes at Sandown before going on to Royal Ascot in mid June.
Given how Brian Meehan’s horses improve from one start to the next, we can expect a bold show from an ideal position in stall four.
Looked impressive on debut at Salisbury last season with a very smooth success and followed up that performance with a high- class effort in Listed company at Newmarket. She’s been given time to strengthen and grow into her frame by trainer Ralph Beckett and has a huge amount of scope for improvement this term, She’s already quoted at 20/1 for the Epsom Oaks by Paddy
This is a test she must pass with flying colours to warrant that.
I was lucky enough to be at Wolverhampton when he won on his return this season over 5f.
Believe me, this lad is all about raw speed.
He followed up in emphatic fashion at Newmarket over a furlong further but will have no problem dropping back down to the minimum trip. He’s running from stall one and Shane Kelly will have orders to ‘point & shoot’.
Looks a very interesting spare ride for the master, Frankie Dettori. Martyn Meade’s runner was punted off the boards on his return at Leicester and made no mistake with a convincing victory, A look back at his Sandown Classic Trial run shows he didn’t get any luck whatsoever behind Bangkok. Aidan O’Brien sends three Irish raiders over in Norway, Sir Dragonet and Gentile Bellini, but they may come up short against a live Derby outsider in Technician.
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