Three trainers have caught my eye this week and I felt you may like to share my thoughts on their yards as they look as if there are plenty of winners to come from them in the next week or so.
Saeed Bin Suroor is in good form after a poor May he has got the team running to form with Benbati winning a Group1 at Munich a week last Sunday. Back at normal everyday racing Saeed has Fitzsimmons and Volcanic Sky ready and waiting to visit the winners enclosure. Returning Glory is entered up and is just 2lb above his last run behind Errant Knight and he could strike soon. It seems very prudent to note Saeeds entries for the week then see who he actually runs.
Neil King hasn’t got a stable with all the cavalry that Saeed has but Neil does very well with the horses at his disposal. A very decent high percentage of Neil’s runners are running to form at present and they have been rewarded by career best performances from Mamoo, Little Windmill, Chimes of Dylan, Lil Rockerfeller and Comanche Chieftain. It is highly incredible the yard has horses who are still producing career bests. Any of these running in the next week or so really must be followed in the form they are in. Also from the yard Third Estate looks capable of winning now handicapper has dropped him and the reduced distance he is running in near to hand entries. Another trainer not to ignore.
Stuart Williams has only saddled four winners in last two weeks as I write but the win last Friday by Don Armando at Goodwood means Stuart has equalled his winners haul of thirty two from last season. It has been noticed majority of his horses seem to have won on the better ground due to the UK’s better weather this summer. Gregarious Girl and Daschas have entries close to hand and are firmer ground horses. Others to watch for from Stuart’s team are Watchmyeverymove and Broughton Excels both of whom could step forwards in the coming week or so. We have to watch the entries for this yard and then see which race they elect to run in. Don’t ignore the Williams team.
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