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Gallops Report
Lambourn, August 29
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TIGGY WIGGY come out of her York race in good order and now sets Richard Hannon a poser as to whether she should go down the distance ladder for her first crack at a Group One.

With the Lowther Stakes safely in the bag, connections are mulling between the Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket and the Prix de l'Abbaye at Longchamp.

The flying filly shows blistering speed and this has always been evident in her work at home. S is as industrious as any of the Hannon juveniles and is bursting for her next race, looking happy and alert in her first breeze since York.

LEXINGTON TIMES one of the stable's high-profile runners at the weekend in the Group Three Solario Stakes. He limbered up for that Sandown test with a swinging canter up the main strip and looks in very good order.

ELYSIAN FLYER a good impression when scoring in his debut, and he caught the eye breezing up the strip. He will be hard to beat in the novice stakes at Bath.

ZURIGHA herself in an unexacting stretch ahead of the Atalanta Stakes at Sandown.

She is fresh and well and should give a good account in the Group Three contest.

POTENTATE come of age this year and after a couple of very solid efforts, he should be hard to beat in the mile-and-a-quarter handicap on the same card.

STORM RIDER to be improving and worked well ahead of a race at Leicester on Monday.

Lambourn, August 28

Andrew Balding worked a batch of horses at different parts of his Park House base, several of whom enjoy some cut in the ground.

Recent showers should be all to the benefit of WHIPLASH WILLIE, heads to Chester on Saturday.

Unsuitably quick conditions have forced the gelding to mark time since showing improved form to place in the Henry II at Sandown.

He could develop into a Cup horse and in his favour is the prospect of inclement conditions through the late summer and autumn.

He really grabbed the ground on his latest visit to the Kingsclere grass and seems in excellent form ahead of his run in a Listed handicap.

DUNGANNON also head to the Roodee, having shown a glimpse of his old talent in a small race last time.

Having been in the wilderness, he has now obtained a workable mark and can prove effective in sprint handicaps if his handler can rekindle the fire.

He showed plenty of gusto in his latest stretch on the all-weather, with a trip to Chester also on the agenda for him.

ELM PARK well regarded and showed something of what he's capable of when dotting up at Newbury.

He works well with cut in the ground and has clearly progressed since breaking his maiden.

DER MEISTER an unbeaten horse and a name to conjure with. He justified solid support with a decisive first visit to handicaps and will be hard to beat when defending that unblemished record at Salisbury on Friday.

COSMIC RAY another weekend runner for the stable and has worked well since troubling the judge on his second career start at Brighton.

Newmarket, August 27

Sir Michael Stoute put the spotlight on some of his two-year-old team this morning.

With the Limekilns closed, the action happened on the Al Bahathri Polytrack.

STRAVAGANTE shown promise and again shaped nicely in a workout with MUSTARD

The son of Rip Van Winkle edged the verdict after the tempo increased from the six-and-a-half to the eight.

He reeled in the Queen's colt Mustard, who was just in front of Voice Control, and makes his debut at Sandown on Friday.

Ryan Moore jumped on to unraced Derby entry DANNYDAY, came up with MUTAMAKKIN MASHKOOR APPROACH. three finished abreast with no questions asked.

QUICK DEFENCE a nice prospect and he was impressive in pulling three clear of CAPSIZE. KISUMU PELEIADES came up together.

Moore was later on board MUSIC AND DANCE, proved more than a match for

ALEX VINO out with ABSEIL close attendance.

SELDOM SEEN SCALLOP blew out, as did

Lambourn, August 26

TUPI in top order following a solid run in defeat at Deauville and again took the eye working ahead of a choice of high-profile engagements.

The Tamayuz colt finished second in a very warm Listed race at Deauville and looks progressive.

He glided up the main all-weather ahead of a probable tilt at the Stonehenge Stakes at Salisbury, although he also holds the Solario Stakes engagement at Sandown.

GIBEON be an able deputy in the Salisbury race after impressing on his debut at Newmarket.

The son of Cape Cross carries the silks of Lady Howard de Walden and could hardly be in better form at home. He really grabbed the ground in his latest piece of stronger work.

A of two-year-olds came up the strip, including LEXINGTON TIMES STEP TO THE SHEARS. latter has numerous entries and looks in very good order.

GRENADE GUILTY a brisk sharpener and are to engage in nursery competition this week.

CRAFTY CHOICE been in excellent form and worked encouragingly ahead of what will be a hat-trick attempt in a nursery.

ZURIGHA very sprightly in her breeze ahead of a possible run in Sandown's Atalanta Stakes.

This is a race the Hannons like to target and Zurigha appears to have excellent credentials.

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