Sunday International Races Preview

13:35 - Deauville - Big Brothers Pride

Deauville hosts a superb card of racing with the three Group races on the card and the first one is the Prix de Meautry and in this Group Three contest we have gone against the British raiders.

Big Brothers Pride looks to be a very progressive three year old filly who was bought for €400,000 as a yearling and two starts back showed her talent when bolting up in a Group Three sprint contest at Chantilly.

She headed over to England for the King George Stakes at Goodwood and was outclassed but that was her first run after a break and should be a lot better on Sunday for that run.

14:50 - Deauville - Skalleti

Sticking with the french runners at Deauville and with jockey Pierre-Charles Boudot we have gone for Skalleti in the Group Three Prix Quincey Barriere.

This four year old gelding has won four in four and has five wins in his last six and is the leading form chance in this contest.

Last time out he landed a listed event in France and stepping up to a Group Three is exactly what he needs being a highly progressive prospect for the yard.

15:20 - Deauville - Nagano Gold

Nagano Gold runs for us in the last race of the day and he was one of the horses that came out of Royal Ascot as a fan favourite and has to be of some interest in his first race since that day.

The five year old is based in the Czech Republic and started the season off nicely at Longchamp winning a Listed contest and then stepping up to a Group Three and placing respectively.

At Royal Ascot he gave a career best performance in the Hardwicke Stakes when a good second behind Defoe and that is the leading form heading into this contest where he should give another bold showing.

16:10 - Baden-baden - WaldPfad

We now move over to Germany for our final selection of the afternoon in our International preview and it comes in the feature contest of the day at Baden-baden in the Group Two.

We have gone for Walfpad who this season has been highly successful not finishing outside the top two on all three of his runs and last time out he was highly impressive on his first outing in England.

He took the Group Three Hackwood Stakes at Haydock beating off some superb rivals especially Khaadem who finished second and has since franked that form when taking the Stewards Cup at Glorious Goodwood.

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