Three Frankel Offsprings To Follow

Frankly Darling (John Gosden)

This filly rocks the same colours as Cracksman who is one of the smartest Frankel progenies to date. She made her debut in heavy conditions towards the end of last season where she finished second.

Her dam’s best performances came as a 3-y-o and we are expecting plenty of improvement this year.

Group entries.

Highest Ground (Sir Michael Stoute)

Sir Michael Stoute’s juveniles tend to improve for the run so the manner in which this colt won on debut can be marked up further.

He started slowly and looked to have an impossible task but Ryan Moore managed to get the colt back on terms before quickening clear in the final furlong.

In our opinion this was one of the more impressive debut performances from last season and this son of Frankel could be pattern-class.

Taqareer (John Gosden)

This filly is bred to be special by Frankel out of the Irish 1000 Guineas winner Betrah.

Her classy pedigree suggests she could be a superstar 1m horse and trainer John Gosden certainly knows how to nurture one of these prospects.

She holds some nice entires and is owned by powerhouse connections.