Roger Varian could be a contender for Royal Ascot alongside Tajalla, who was unbeaten on his debut, taking part in Newmarket Bet365 UK EBF Novice Championship and he looks like a consummate pro.
The Kessaar pony strode into bed as he was shaken by Andrea Atzeni and showed good manners as he galloped all the way to the finish line.
It’s unusual to see the agent at Carlborough Stables fuck his two-year-old so early in the season, but Varian says the 11/8 favorite has been ahead of the team and is the one they’ve placed in the season. Hopeful player.
“He always looks natural, we don’t usually have too many outs in April, but he’s been very edgy for a while.
“I think he was a little bit green today, preliminaries green, race green, but once he got to the rising ground, I think he picked up the pace very smartly and I’m happy,” the coach said.
Paddy Power priced the Norfolk Championship winner at 14/1 as a possible destination for his exciting youngster, with Varian suggesting he was in no rush to get promoted on the road.
“Don’t rush to step up on the trip, he was quicker and sharper today and he didn’t look slow. You just hope he’s an above-average two-year-old early in the season.
“He was bred for speed and a two-year-old. We’ll see how he gets out of the way, I don’t think he needs more than five furlongs at the moment, he’s an exciting teenager, I hope he It’s the kind of horse that takes us to the Royal Ascot,” Varian added.
Another horse that can be dated with the Royal Derby is Charlie Hills Tuscanywho flew back to the side of the stands, asked bet365 UK EBF Conditional Bet.
The Churchill ponies, owned by the John and Jess dance team, are recovering well from a disappointing outing in the fall listings, and the Jersey Championship could be an option for the three-year-old, who batted at 11/2.
“He’s a real tough, real horse and maybe his experience has won him races there. They’re good horses we’ve beaten and it’s his first race of the year, so it’s an amazing Inspirational start.
“He hated the Pontefract field (in October) and it was nice to get some quick ones today.
“While we might stay on this trip, he might get a mile. So we might try to find a game that’s listed, maybe King Charles over the weekend at Guinness, and then the Jersey Championship might be our focus. game,” said the winning coach.
come out from below There was finally a “one” next to his name at the opening ceremony Alex Scott Memorial Chip.
The colt, trained by Roger and Harry Charlton, was somewhat unlucky in his two-year-old season, relegated in the stewards’ room after Ffos Las crossed the front line and then hit a nose at the final start of the Redcar season.
There were few chances this time, though, with Richard Kingscote coming into the fray with moderate pace and putting the race to bed in clinical fashion in the final furlong.
Harry Charlton said: “It’s nice to lose some wins in the butler’s room last year.
“He could be a contestant in the Haydock Silver Bowl Handicap, a furlong, a mile, something like that, a nice prize. But there are no concrete plans.
“He was bred a little further than that, but he’s a strong pony, so we’d like to start at seven, when he could have run a mile. Whether he can keep up a mile or not, we’ll see Looking forward to it.”
The winner was nurtured by co-owner Luca Cumani, and when asked what it was like to train for such a well-known name in the sport, Charlton admitted he did get a little nervous and ended up with Out From Under wins the board.
“It’s a little different now, Sarah (Kumani) fell two weeks ago and clearing the box is like preparing for a royal visit,” he added.