The five-year-old will head to Saudi Arabia primed and ready after regular pilot Martin Dwyer accompanied him on a spin around the London track as trainers William Muir and Chris Grassick put the finishing touches to his preparations. Last seen finishing second in the valuable Hong Kong Vase at Sha Tin in December, the international equine jetsetter left connections feeling happy that he is on course for his next overseas foray. The entire son of Harbour Watch enjoyed a great time of things last year. In addition to the Hong Kong Vase second, he won two of his three other races.
Looking ahead to the NEOM Cup, his trainers are delighted with his current well being.
"We took him to Kempton today to let him have a blow over the surface to cover a distance of ground," William Muir to a Saudi Cup press conference.
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