En­able has looked out­stand­ing on the gal­lops

The Racing Paper - - Tv Races And News - Dave Young­man’s New­mar­ket let­ter

ALL of us here at New­mar­ket are in for a busy and ex­it­ing week­end. Out on the gal­lops first thing then rac­ing here at HQ this af­ter­noon be­fore fly­ing to France for the Prix de l’Arc de Tri­om­phe to­mor­row.

I have a num­ber of my Rac­ing Club mem­bers com­ing with me and it will be great fun on the Bois de Boulogne. Let’s hope we have a New­mar­ket-trained win­ner. It would have been good to have had CRACKS­MAN in the line up but he will now wait for the Cham­pion Stakes at As­cot later this month.

EN­ABLE leads our chal­lenge and she looks cer­tain to go very well un­der Frankie Det­tori. Her last piece of work on the HQ gal­lops im­pressed me greatly. She eas­ily dis­posed of FIRST ELEVEN, him­self a de­cent horse, and showed her­self to be in tip top form. She is an ex­cep­tional filly and will prove hard to beat.

WIL­LIAM Hag­gas is hop­ing there is lit­tle or no rain in Paris as SEA OF CLASS needs fast ground to be at her best.

The daugh­ter of Sea The Stars is in great form and hope­fully will be in the shake-up un­der James Doyle.

With only 8-9 she has all the al­lowances and James has had a hard week wast­ing to get down to that weight.

It has cost con­nec­tions £120,000 to sup­ple­ment her but with so much prize money on of­fer it was con­sid­ered worth while.

NEXT week here at HQ we have our Ce­sare­witch meet­ing and I hope many of you will be in at­ten­dance.

The De­whurst Stakes is look­ing a very nice con­test with some ex­cit­ing types to con­test this event.

Trainer Ed Vaughan still has ju­ve­nile MAGIC J in the race.

He says it is a big step up in class for a se­cond run but still has it un­der con­sid­er­a­tion.

If not, the son of Scat Daddy could go for a Group 1 in France or the Rock­ing­ham at York.

In any event the mas­ter of Machell Place sta­bles rate this colt top class, and has no doubt he could turn out to to be the best animal he has ever trained.

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