TOO DARN HOT will face six rivals as he places his unbeaten document on the road in Saturday’s Darley Dewhurst Stakes.
John Gosden’s colt has seemed a possible celebrity this season and was final seen profitable the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster in spectacular model.
Simply days after his full brother bought for a whopping Three.5million guineas at Tattersalls horse gross sales, Too Darn Sizzling will look stay as much as lofty expectations as soon as once more on his Group 1 debut.
The Dewhurst guarantees to be an interesting contest with Irish maestro Aidan O’Brien sending the 1-2-Three from the Futurity Stakes over.
His staff is headed by the winner Anthony Van Dyck who misplaced nothing in defeat when ending behind Quorto within the Nationwide Stakes final time.
Christmas was second within the Futurity and went on to be third within the Nationwide Stakes, however a good approach behind the entrance pair.
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Sir Michael Stoute saddles the exciting Sangarius who bolted up in a Listed contest at Doncaster and looks to have plenty of untapped potential.
Group 1 Phoenix Stakes winner Advertise returns to the track after a break and is another angle in the race with Richard Hannon’s Kuwait Currency completing the field.