He looks prepped and well for his 2yo career. He's a quality, compact individual who looks like he should make a 2yo on the track. I have to say, the piece of work we saw him perform at the weekend is like no other piece of work I have seen by a 2yo in March (see the video on the right). His breezing companion, a very expensive, speedily bred colt, was left trailing lengths in his wake, around a furlong into the breeze. Shane Gray was stunned and was looking around at half way, both wondering where his galloping companion had disappeared to (they were due to breeze upsides) and in waiting for his playmate to catch up. Of course it's impossible to say what we were up against and how this AW gallop at home will translate to racecourse and the turf, there is a lot of American dirt form in our pedigree, but it was very exciting to view and it's fair to say all Siyouni's form when he was a racehorse was on the turf.