Purchased from the Aga Khan in July, this unexposed stayer looks a different individual from the lean and mean athlete that we purchased in July. He's put on weight, looks far more relaxed at home and as the saying goes, "he looks a different horse" this year. We gave him a couple of runs at the back end of 2017, to find out a little more about him and to realign his handicap mark a little whilst so doing, and we really think we've got him travelling forward on an even keel this Spring. He's bred to improve with time and distance and we can see him racing at the big tracks in 2018; places like York, Doncaster, Epsom and Ascot in good quality handicaps that carry plenty of prize money to the winner. There looks to be plenty more to come, given the progress he's made at home since July. He's an exciting recruit for 2018.
Here is the link to his profile via France Galop: http://www.france-galop.com/fr/cheval/OE45R2M3eVpvNDZjUXRqOTZIZWUzdz09 You can watch all his race replays (as well as live French racing) via this webpage, just by registering for free.
You can also see his race replays via his Arqana sales page here: http://www.arqana.com/lots/vente_d-ete_2017_juillet_2017_deauville/222/68607
He’s an Aga Khan pedigree who remains very lightly raced.