all go from the front. Aidan OBrien stayer races into Caulfield and Melbourne Cup contention The Aidan OBrien-trained Yucatan has stormed into prominence for the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups with an arrogant win in the Herbert Power Stakes at Caulfield. Our two selections in the Cesarewitch finished first (Low Sun 10/1) and third (Cleonte 25/1) but the race was a triumph for Irish handler Willie Mullins who saddled the first two home with Urudel finishing runner up to Low Sun. I feel the season is starting to really get underway and the horses are looking a lot better, a lot of them coming into their coats now having had a little sun on their backs, Richard Fahey is worth noting with his two year olds. Punters obviously believe the prospect of soft ground will sway Gosden to the mile contest when the declarations are made this morning. Cracksman is 6/4 favourite with BetVictor to retain his Champions Stakes crown and the suggestion is that Roaring Lion will bypass the race in favourite of a return to a mile in the qeii for which he is 4/1 with BetVictor behind French raider Recoletos.
With James McDonald aboard, Yucatan was back early from a wide gate before striding forward in a mid-race move to be in a position to strike. Charlie McCann of m with Thursdays best bets John Gosden will walk the course this morning before deciding if his brilliant three-year-old Roaring Lion will run in the 10f Champion Stakes or the mile of the qeii at Ascot on Saturday. McDonald set Yucatan alight at the 600m and the horse put a gap on his rivals to be seven lengths clear at the 100m. It might be worth noting that his winning time was furlong-per-furlong the same as the John Gosden-trained Guineas favourite. The going is described as good to soft at Leicester and Shady McCoy is likely to be a warm order for Ryan Moore having run so well when third in the valuable Challenge Cup. My most recent list and notes below: crystal hope A very strong 3 year old filly trained by Michael Stoute who won a novice at Sandown over 1m 2f at 14-1, I loved her in the paddock she is a really well built filly who. The rain has arrived at Ascot and Cracksman is now Evens with BetVictor for Saturdays Champion Stakes. Sangarius is unbeaten in two starts for Sir Michael Stoute and he could be anything, but the best of the home team is likely to be Too Darn Hot (Evens with BetVictor) who was a fluent winner of the Gp 2 Champagne Stakes at Doncaster.
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