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Gallops Report
Lambourn, April 18
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Mick Channon took his workers to the winter ground at West Ilsley, where KING CRIMSON handily ahead of his Kempton date.

The colt is one of the most precocious of the Channon juveniles and looked sharp to indicate his Newbury debut run has brought him forward.

JERSEY BULL another two-year-old who looks to have derived benefit from his first run at Windsor, which was needed.

He has the track craft to go well on his second competitive start at Bath.

FITZWILLY stole a march on his rivals at Pontefract recently, only to be collared up the final hill

This fellow looked in good heart as he breezed ahead of a trip to the same Bath fixture.

JILLNEXTDOOR showed her wellbeing in some light work ahead of Bath's first meeting of the season, while AMAHORO on good terms with himself and also heads for the Somerset track.

Another Kempton runner who has enjoyed a recent pipe-opener is CHILWORTH ICON he looked well in himself.

EMEF DIAMOND on course to run in a three-year-old handicap at Nottingham. The promise he showed in three juvenile outings will be put to the test under Silvestre de Sousa.

SHIMBA HILLS been running well enough to suggest a long journey to Yarmouth could pay dividends on Easter Monday.

Newmarket, April 17

Sir Michael Stoute took his midweek workers to the Round and Long gallops with the early action on the first-named facility.

TELESCOPE accompanied by the promising ARAB SPRING some three-quarter speed work where the tempo picked up between the seven and a half pole and the nine.

Ryan Moore partnered the talented Telescope who remains bang on course for a Sandown return next week.

In further work on the Round gallop, Moore jumped on to the Dante and Derby entry GOTHIC mixed it with ALTAAYIL

The trio finished line abreast in what was a decent exercise.

James Doyle was on the KhalId Abdullah-owned ABSEIL he was urged along besides VITAL EVIDENCE the filly

WAILA the eyecatcher here, following the other pair through without being asked too much.

CANNOCK CHASE to have done well since stylishly breaking his maiden at Windsor. He looked in good heart in his stretch with TALL SHIP

The action then moved to the Long gallop where RYE HOUSE well in himself in a solo spin.

This lightly-raced individual should do well in his sphere if remaining injury-free.

FESTIVAL THEATRE the next up, in tandem with ALEX VINO

Lambourn, April 16

Richard Hannon is double-handed in the Craven Stakes and has enjoyed an untroubled passage with the unbeaten TOORMORE oozes class in his work and looked in good heart breezing up the all-weather strip this morning.

Last season's National Stakes winner bids to follow in the hoofprints of stable companion Toronado in the Newmarket trial and appears to have frightened off much of the opposition.

TOORMORE a 3lb penalty into the race for his success in Ireland, as does stablemate ANJAAL has also shaped well through the early spring.

Owned by Sheikh Hamdan, Anjaal possibly lacks the star quality of TOORMORE he has nevertheless been shaping well at home.

WINDSHEAR a three-year-old with bags of potential from the 250-strong Hannon yard and is expected to put up a good show in the concluding three-year-old handicap tomorrow.

SHAFRAH another of Sheikh Hamdan's horses ready for action and he should have a say in the competitive Tattersalls Millions 3YO Trophy.

He's done well since his comeback win a month ago and has already shown ability on turf with a second on his debut.

TABREEK lack nothing for condition on his racecourse bow in the Wood Ditton. He's shaped with bags of promise and is another of Sheikh Hamdan's horses worth monitoring this year.

ZURIGHA set to contest the Snowdrop Stakes at Kempton on Saturday. She was a classy performer at three and has done well both physically and mentally.

NINJAGO probably run in an all-aged handicap on the same card and has been working well.

Lambourn, April 15

Andrew Balding utilised his impressive grass gallops on Watership Down and Cannon Down to ready some of his quality three-year-olds, among them

After a satisfactory debut at Lingfield, the Shamardal colt absolutely trotted up at Kempton, with the form of his thrashing of Bobby Benton having subsequently been endorsed.

Born In Bombay has been putting some decent stablemates to the sword in his work and looks to have a bright future.

MUIR LODGE been sharpened up since his run behind Captain Secret at Wolverhampton.

The money that came for him went west that day, but the way he has been working suggests it may be only lent.

That said, he faces a stiff task in the Tattersalls Millions Sprint at Newmarket tomorrow.

EVERY TIME a well-related filly capable of going well on her debut on the same card.

The daughter of Pivotal has shown promise and given out some positive signals in her preparatory work.

KNOCKROON too keen for his own good when third in a Kempton maiden and could have a say in tomorrow's Newmarket opener if consenting to settle.

The Kempton run should have done him the power of good.

ROSKILLY put in a couple of solid efforts to suggest he can go well in a valuable race at Newmarket on Thursday.

He has been going nicely, a remark that also applies to

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