ALAN KING is assured that Dunkerron can bounce again to kind at Newmarket on Thursday.
The stylish colt flopped within the Solario Stakes earlier this month however is aiming for a primary Group win within the Tattersalls Stakes.
He was discovered to be sick after his disappointing effort within the Solario, the place he completed a well-beaten sixth.
The son of Aussie stallion Kuroshio has beforehand run second to Darkish Imaginative and prescient within the Group 2 Classic Stakes.
The gelding seems to be over his sickness and he’s anticipated to run effectively within the £50,000 Group three.
King mentioned: “I want to assume that if Dunkerron comes again to his greatest, he’ll go very shut.
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“He was very disappointing in the Solario Stakes and was quite sick with a bad scope the following week.
“He gave no indication that anything was ailing him before that run, but a lot of my two-year-old’s were not quite right for a brief period.
“He would definitely be the best two-year-old that I have trained.
“It is quite special since he was bred at Barbury Castle Stud by my good mate, Nigel Bunter, who still has the mare.”