The Betway ambassador previews his four runners at Sandown and Leicester on Sunday.
King Vega makes his debut for us and we’re looking forward to seeing him run.
He’s a big, fine, good-looking horse who has been working well at home.
I think our record shows that our two-year-olds generally do improve for their first run, but I’d be hopeful he’ll go well.
Wild Hero won well last time out and I think 1m at Sandown should suit him nicely.
He’s in good form at home and should perform with credit.
I think Purdey’s Gift just ran into one last time out, but he went very well.
We’re backing up fairly quickly, but he seems in good nick and I’m sure he’ll have every chance of acquitting himself well in this race.
Josh Bryan takes the ride and takes off a very valuable 3lb.
Thai Power ran very well over course and distance in a race that was arguably stronger than this one.
He wouldn’t want it rattling quick, but Andrew Cooper does a very good job at Sandown and Epsom, so I don’t think it’ll be too quick for him.
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