SAEED BIN SUROOR is able to be the villain in Australia as Benbatl heads Down Beneath to tackle Winx.
Benbatl will run towards the Aussie wondermare within the Cox Plate – as Winx goes for her fourth straight win within the race.
However Bin Suroor will not be feeling unhealthy if he ends the mare’s successful streak which presently sits at 27 straight victories.
He stated: “Benbatl will do the Caulfield Stakes, then the Cox Plate. It is a huge race (Cox Plate) and he or she is one of the best filly in Australian historical past and will probably be arduous to beat her.
“We’re taking a superb horse from England, although, and we are going to see how we go.
“It could imply so much if we beat Winx. I’ve numerous respect for her, and for her coach and jockey. Our horse is doing good. If we win will probably be nice, but when she wins she is one of the best.”
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Benbatl may even be joined in Australia by Group 1 winner Finest Resolution and Prize Cash who head for the Melbourne Cup.
Bin Suroor added: “Finest Resolution will run within the Caulfield Cup, then the Melbourne Cup, and Prize Cash will most likely do the identical.
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“Best Solution is number one for the Melbourne Cup. He has won two Group 1 races this year and is an improving horse.
“I think from my experience, although I’ve not won it, if you take a mile-and-a-quarter or mile-and-a-half horse with speed, they can get a good result.
“He is a mile-and-a-half horse, but we are giving him the chance in the big race this year.”