Grendisar confronts eight in Easter Classic at Lingfield
Marco Botti’s Grendisar will face eight opponents as he endeavours to win the Betway Easter Classic for a second time on Good Friday.
The genuine Lingfield expert is seven-year-old, this year he has just completed fourth and fifth in the Winter Derby Trial and the Winter Derby itself, in spite of the fact that he was not beaten far in either event.
Archie Watson’s Absolute Blast could give him bounty to consider after her win in the Magnolia Stakes with Winter Derby victor Convey at Kempton, Pia Brandt’s Metropol and Andrew Balding’s Elbereth others of note.
Charlie Hills gets ready for Dutch Connection
Charlie Hills is quick to adopt a patient strategy with Dutch Connection this season.
The Godolphin-possessed five-year-old guaranteed the greatest accomplishment of his profession to date in the Lennox Stakes at Glorious Goodwood the previous summer, procuring him an arrival to the most elevated level.
Lockinge trust Ribchester delights Fahey
Richard Fahey communicated please at the state of Ribchester as the yearling gears up for the Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes at Newbury on May 20.
A Group One champ in France over a mile the previous summer, the four-year-old was most recently seen running in the nine-furlong Dubai Turf, in which he was a noteworthy third.
Ribchester’s proprietors Godolphin have exchanged to Fahey the helpful Toscanini from Mick Halford’s yard to go about as a pacemaker for this season, trying to give him the solid pace he needs.
South Seas and Syphax will bolt horns at Newcastle
South Seas and Syphax will secure horns in the 32Red Burradon Conditions Stakes at Newcastle on Good Friday.
With an aggregate prize store of £100,000 up for snatches, the one-mile challenge has obviously pulled in a solid section.
William Haggas ruled against pronouncing his Racing Post Trophy saint Rivet, who rather sets out toward one week from now’s Craven Stakes at Newmarket, yet regardless it guarantees to be educational warmth.