The globe-trotting superstar for Saeed bin Suroor has been successful in four different countries.
His ideal distance looks to be 8 to 10 furlongs and coming out fresh off a long lay off hasn’t been an issue for him in the past.
Not seen for a mammoth 337 days, Benbatl was favourite for last year’s Joel Stakes only to be dethroned by 3 year old superstar Kameko.
A successful spell in Meydan last winter showed he still had plenty of life left in him and he left a lasting impression in his last win on British soil when recording a lethal all the way win under Oisin Murphy in the 2019 renewal of the Joel Stakes.
Younger legs oppose and he’s already starting to weaken at the head of the market, but he’s been ever consistent and if showing the same love of racing he’s going to be hard to beat at the top of the market.