Saeed bin Suroor is dreaming of Classic glory using all his Stakes winner.
The New Approach coltout of this Bin Suroor-trained Group One-winning mare Punctilious, maintained his unbeaten record at Newmarket on Future Champions Day.
While hes likely to spend the winter in Dubai, he isnt currently predicted to race at the Carnival – with all the 2000 Guineas and Derby in the pipeline.
He has come from this race nicely – hes fresh and happy, said Bin Suroor.
Hes a big, strong horse – plus it was nice how he ended his race. He is a horse for the next year.
He will go to Dubai, I believe, but Im not sure were likely to conduct him . It depends what other horses we have.
All of the basic races on the market, the Guineas Trial, the Guineas and the Derby are on dirt – so well see what else weve got.
He is a great colt. Since he had been feeble hes improved. He had two weeks between his races he improved a lot – .
Hell be coming back to England next season and have a look at the Classics and the Dante.
Another unbeaten juvenile at the stable is that the filly White Moonlight, who has won both races this year – however, she does possess the Carnival on her schedule.
Bin Suroor said:White Moonlight will head out into Dubai – since she is bred more for the dirt, being by Medaglia dOro.
We will look at a trial after which the (UAE) Guineas for her before the Oaks. Well see if she is good enough for your Derby or never.
I have some better two-year-olds this year than lately.
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