BENBATL might give Winx her greatest check but as Saeed Bin Suroor makes an attempt to interrupt Aussie hearts.
The Godolphin-owned four-year-old has been given stall three forward of Saturday’s Cox Plate showdown at Moonee Valley.
Coach Saeed Bin Suroor believes he has his contender in higher form than ever after his Group 1 win at Caulfield on October 13.
The son of Dubawi clung on from a Godolphin inmate that day and it is all methods go as he goals to foil Winx’s bid to turn out to be the one horse to win 4 Cox Plates on the bounce.
Bin Suroor instructed www.racing.com: “When he gained in Dubai in March, the Group One Dubai Turf, he gained it rather well and that gave me the boldness to ship him to Australia.
“This 12 months, bodily, he seems to be lots higher. When he was two he was a bit bit weak, it took him time to indicate, however I knew he was going to be one thing good.
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“The last race for him in England was the Juddmonte and he was unlucky that day as the horse in behind him hit him and he had big cuts on both legs. He was really bleeding after the race and I think that is why he finished fifth.
“Bringing him here, he won one nicely but I don’t like to run the horse too quick.
“I have a lot of respect for the filly, she’s a superstar and the best in Australian history.”