Dee Ex Bee eyes Prix du Cadran glory
Dee Ex Bee gets his opportunity when he traces to the Qatar Prix Du Cadran to get around the Group One score-sheet, later chasing dwelling Stradivarius all season.
Mark Johnstons colt has ended second to the brilliant Stradivarius three times this season, and doesnt have any trouble staying Saturday mile trip.
Andrew Baldings Cleonte, that took the runner-up place behind Stradivarius from the Doncaster Cup, also runs – out .
The winner Call The Wind, trained by Freddy Head of last year, directs the home located.
Others in the 2018 renewal chancing their arm are Holdthasigreen (next ), Line Des Ongrais (fourth) and Mille Et Mille (fifth).
The flag for the Ireland flies in the 10-runner area.
Johnston includes a fancy at Nayef Road, who had been third to Logician in the St Leger.
The Andrew Balding-trained Dashing Willoughby, that had been behind in sixth and seventh places respectively that day and martyn Meades Tech, are in resistance.
Meade is optimistic about a prominent part, in conditions which should suit better.
I think everything appears to be favouring him, said the Manton trainer.
They are giving the floor too gentle – and that I think, even though it might dry out a little, there should be a lot of ease in it, which hopefully will satisfy him.
The problem wed at Doncaster was the ground was a little too quick for him. The St Leger has been a course record, therefore we must put that down to the floor, and this was a Classic. This is a simpler task.
I believe one mile seven (furlongs) will fit him – and all systems go.
The Moonlight Spirit of charlie Appleby would be the UK raider among the 10 runners.
John Gosdens trio of Enbihaar, Lah Ti Dar and Anapurna mind the charge and has attracted nine runners.
Roger Varian includes Pilaster, and Aidan OBrien is double-handed together with Delphinia and South Sea Pearl.
Applebys Line Of Duty and Roger Varians Mountain Angel will be the two challengers for your Qatar Prix Dollar.
The sole representative that is Irish is Jessica Harringtons Leo De Fury, in a field.
The French 2000 Guineas winner Olmedo, coached by Jean-Claude Rouget of last year, faces four rivals in the Qatar Prix Daniel Wildenstein – for example Shaman.
The unbeaten Tauran Shaman of harrington is a outsider, one of the quintet.