The gelding looks to be a very exciting recruit for the yard, being regarded as the next Goshen by many experts in the industry and on Saturday he can back those claims up when stepping up for his first taste of black type racing.
The gelding moved over to England during the Summer and was given to Gary Moore after being bought by John Stone after finishing second in a conditions hurdles event at Clairefontaine.
Since moving over to England, the son of Dream Well is unbeaten on both starts to date, having ran twice in two Juvenile Hurdle events and landing them by a combined 108 lengths, something similarly achieved by his stablemate.
Having landed his first event by 59 lengths, he stepped out at again over the same course and distance at Fontwell and managed to again be a long distanced winner.
He stepped up for his first Grade One event at the weekend and being heavily backed before the off and going off as the even favourite he could only do enough to finish second behind the David Pipe trained Adagio.
Moore reports that he has come out of the race well and with this field falling apart it has left him a big opportunity to land his first black type event.