Already 5 runs and 3 wins on his CV showed he’s been busy in the early part of the season and had the talent to back it up.
An unimpressive 8th on debut was quickly put behind him as he went on a sequence of wins to land 3 races in a row.
A low grade novice event at Wolverhampton broke his maiden and he easily denied the penalty when winning at Brighton over 5.5 furlongs only a week later.
Not given much time to recover he was churned out at Chester and ran away a convincing winner by a healthy 6 lengths under Nicola Currie.
Only given a couple of weeks respite he moved up in class and went off favourite for the Listed National Stakes at Ascot which was won by Ebro River.
The softer ground seemingly blunting his talent, he still ran with credit to finish 3rd.
Experienced and has a really impressive win at Chester behind him already.
A big price off a disappointing run at Sandown, he can be forgiven and a move back to firmer ground will suit. However, a low draw could be his undoing.