Friday and Saturday’s runners

We have quite a busy day on Friday, and one that should tell us plenty as we have some nice horses out. Rebel De Lope won impressively at the track as a two year old, but was sick after that and didn’t really run his races. The Esher Cup is a very competitive race, however it’s a good starting point for him.

Stable favourite Jalotta gets his first sight of a racecourse this season. He was such a star for us last year and as a reward got his first ever holiday. He’s come back bigger, and hopefully better, but might just need the run.

Nayyar is very quick and should love the fast ground. Hopefully he can get closer to the filly that beat him last time.

Neshmeya has always been very highly regarded and ran  a great race on debut. She was a shade disappointing next time but it was felt she’d gone a bit weak on us. She’s been pleasing us at home, although probably wouldn’t want the ground rattling fast.

Up at Doncaster the beautifully bred Exquisite Ruby runs in the six furlong maiden. She has lots of speed and can hopefully take a step forward now she’s on the turf.

Saturday is a bit quieter for us. At Doncaster we run Rubens Dream in the seven furlong maiden. He had a horrible injury last year and the vets did an amazing job to get him back. We will just keep an eye on the ground as we wouldn’t want to risk him on very fast ground.

At Leicester Traveller has his first run on the turf, having run on the all weather over the winter. He had a bit of time off after his win,  but looks pretty straight at home. Mudajaj is a lovely big horse, but he doesn’t show us much at home so he could be anything. A run will do him the world of good.