Be More runs up at Doncaster (14:05) as we’re chasing some black type with her.
She ran well at Newmarket last time but much like last week this is another hot race, where she’ll have a bit to find. With that said, she loves soft ground so will relish the conditions.
Dream Round is a lovely filly, who has just had a few niggles this season, which explains why she hasn’t been seen up until now.
She’s run well in each of her three career starts to date though, and, while I think she’ll come on for the run, I don’t think she’ll be too far away at Doncaster (14:45).
William Buick is riding both of ours at Doncaster tomorrow, so we wish him the best of luck.
He came through the ranks at Kingsclere – as did Oisin – so a joint jockeys title would be the best result!
Kameko is in great form ahead of his Breeders’ Cup Mile run in Kentucky (20:15).
I’ve been here in America since earlier this week and I’ve been delighted with the horse. He’s fresh and has been showing me all of the right signs.
We’re drawn in stall two and I’m very happy with the fact the conditions are drying all of the time.
He had a good canter on the grass with Oisin on top yesterday and he was very happy afterwards, so it’s all systems go from here.
I’m just hoping he gets a bit of luck as we’ve been a bit short of it with him this season!
Morando is another overseas runner for us this weekend. He’s over in Munich (12:50) on Sunday and runs in a very hot race.
It looks a nice race for him, though, especially as the conditions will suit him down to the ground. He’s been a fantastic stalwart for the yard and deserves another win.
Visit Betway’s horse racing betting page.