Buick has picked up the ride on Mark Johnston’s filly after her terrific effort behind September in the Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot last month
WILLIAM BUICK is delighted to have been handed the plum ride on Nyaleti in the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes at Newmarket on Friday.
A winner on debut at Salisbury, she was turned out just six days later for the Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot and ran an excellent race in second behind the 1,000 Guineas favourite September.
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Buick said: “She ran great in the Chesham. I followed her and finished just behind on quite a nice colt (Masar, finished third).
“Six furlongs looks her trip as she has got plenty of speed. This is a nice ride to get.
“She should be fine on the track as she won at Salisbury, which isn’t the easiest track.
“She ran very well at Ascot on a big day with lots going on. She looks pretty straightforward. ”
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Aidan O’Brien, who won last year’s renewal of the Group 2 contest with Roly Poly, relies on the stoutly-bred Clemmie.
The full-sister to this year’s dual Guineas hero Churchill showed her true colours when landing a Group 3 at the Curragh on her last start.
Ken Condon’s Mamba Noire, third behind Clemmie less than a fortnight ago, also travels from Ireland to renew rivalries.
Mistress Of Venice was a creditable fourth in the Albany and trainer James Given feels she has plenty going for her.
“In many ways I don’t think she’s had the opportunity to show her true potential yet,” said the Lincolnshire-based trainer.
“She ran very well considering the race didn’t really go our way. She beat Clemmie, who was actually on the favoured side.
“Things could not have gone any better with our filly since Ascot. Everything has gone completely to plan and she looks a million dollars, so we’re looking forward to it.”
The Richard Hannon-trained Out Of The Flames steps up to six furlongs for the first time after finishing third in Ascot’s Queen Mary Stakes.