Who to follow at Newmarket on Saturday

Horse To Follow - Pinatubo

The feature race of the Saturday at Newmarket is the Darley Dewhurst Stakes over seven furlongs that sees the best juveniles in this division battle it out for Group One glory on the Rowley Mile.

The two year old to beat in the event is Pinatubo for Charlie Appleby who has been the stand out seven furlong two year old of the season being unbeaten in all five of his starts to date.

The two year old last time out gave the performance of his career landing his first Group One of his career in the National Stakes at the Curragh beating a superb field of youngsters by close to 10 lengths, which saw the colt get a rating of 128 two pounds higher than the might Frankel at that age.

This will be the Godolphin superstars final run of the season before being put away for a big three year old campaign and it would take something special to see him get beat.

Trainer To Follow - Roger Varian

Roger Varian has two big chances in our eyes on Saturday which could see him have a good day starting in the Group Three Autumn Stakes with Molatham.

This two year old has raced three times during his short career starting at Ascot narrowly being denied by Richard Hannon's Mums Tipple on the line.

He then went to York during the Ebor meeting in an expensive maiden and saw off strong competition to lad the contest.

Last time out was his toughest to date at the St Leger meeting at Doncaster in the Listed Flying Scotsman Stakes and he saw off a decent field of five including second favourite for the Dewhurst in Wichita.

Molatham looks a smart juvenile that if handling his first time in soft conditions should not be beat.

The other horse of some interest on the day is Prince Eiji in the lucky last and this son of Dubawi is really well bred colt who was an expensive purchase for 2,600,000 Guineas and is very lightly raced and holds plenty of potential.

He has only raced once this season at Sandown when finishing a modest fourth of six in a hot Listed contest and if coming on for that run could cause a big upset.

Jockey To Follow - Frankie Dettori

Frankie Dettori is the most well known jockey in the sport and it might be obvious saying to follow him at a big meeting but this time he picks up two rides for trainers he does not usually race for that looks very interesting.

The first horse is Bravo Faisal for Richard Fahey in the first race of the day and the two year old has started to get the hang of things on the track of late with two wins and a smart second in his last three contests.

Last time out at Doncaster in another Nursery Handicap he showed a great turn of foot to get to the front and stay on to secure a nice win and if handling the six pound rise should be in the mix again.

The other horse is Bravo Sierra for master French trainer Andre Fabre which is an eye-catching booking for Dettori and he has some nice form finishing second behind the Prix de l'Abbaye winner Glass Slippers.

He was poor last time out when stepped up to seven furlongs but back down in trip and handling cut in the ground makes him a big player.