One Trainer, Horse and Jockey to Follow at Meydan

Horse To Follow - Prompting

A Handicap over 1m1f gives us our horse to follow on Saturday and sees some familiar runners from England now racing in Dubai and Prompting, formerly with David O'Meara is a big player.

The five year old last season became one of the most progressive handicappers on the flat in Britain, landing three races in a row at Ayr, York and Goodwood.

Having won a Class 4 event at Ayr and York in the summer, he went to Glorious Goodwood and landed the hat-trick in the prestigious Golden Mile Handicap.

He then went to York Ebor's meeting last time out in August and finished a solid fourth behind Seasoned handicappers in Montatham, Sir Busker and Top Rank.

That form line is superb heading into this event and if being fit enough after break will take some beating running off the same mark as that fourth at York.

Trainer To Follow - Doug Watson

Doug Watson has some superb chances at Meydan on Saturday with plenty of runners on show and having had four winners over the last two weeks he will be looking to add to that tonight.

His biggest chances on the day look to be Barrari Spirit in the second race of the day, Guernsey on his first run this year and Quiet Endeavour in the lucky last at a double figure price.

Watson has got a hand in nearly every race across the day with multiple runners in some of the events and if he was to walk away from the meeting on Saturday with a win he would be very disappointed.

Jockey To Follow - Andrie De Vries

Finally, the jockey to follow on Saturday from Dubai is Andrie De Vries who looks to have some really handy mounts that should see him in the winners enclosure.

The riders best rides across the day seem to Quiet Endeavour in the last, Endifaa in the first and his best chance on the day comes on Prompting in the 1m1f handicap.

De Vries has managed to land two winners from his last 14 rides which currently sees him pose a strike rate of 15% for the last two weeks.