Bayston Hill ran decently at Brighton yesterday, better really than his finishing position and the distance he was beaten by might suggest. He just found the ground too easy as they started up the rise to the post (it is difficult to find a sound turf surface in the current weather) and rolled into the guy on his inner which together with the ground caused him to weaken in the last half furlong. He is clearly capable of winning again in the class of yesterday’s race if we can just find the right opportunity on the ground and surface he is most effective on.
We have entered Bullseye Bullet in Kempton’s seven furlong Nursery on Friday evening and in the similar class six furlong iteration on Saturday evening. We shall look to use Nicola Currie and he should get into one of the two and will run, with Nicola’s claim, off an attractive mark of 45.
We will also take a view about running two of our two year olds, Arlecchino’s Arc and Point in Time, at Kempton on Saturday evening and have both our old friend Spice Fair and Rainbow Jazz engaged at Goodwood on Sunday.