Three Horses To Watch Out For This Weekend


Addeybb could be the stand out runner of the weekend in Britain on Saturday with him having a entry in the Group Three Legacy Cup Stakes at Newbury and also Listed Doonside Cup Stakes.

The six year old had a break after his second at Ascot last October and then went over to Australia for the first time in his career and at the back end of March became a black type winner for the first time when taking the Ranvet Stakes on his first start down under.

The big target whilst Addeybb was over there was to race in the Group One Queen Elizabeth Stakes and on April 11th, with the rain bringing his favoured soft ground, he went on to take the contest with ease.

Since coming back over to the UK, he made his seasonal debut in the Group One Prince Of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot and he finished a decent second to the stand alone winner Lord North.

His big target is the British Champions Stakes again but he looks like this weekend he will be having a prep run for that event but dropping down in grade is expected to dominate.

Rhythm Master

One of the feature races in England on Saturday is the Group Two Mill Reef Stakes and Richard Fahey is set to field his star juvenile Rhythm Master.

The two year old made his debut at Haydock in a decent novices event and he got off the mark at the first time of asking, the form has also been franked from that race with third and fourth since going on to score.

With that in mind Fahey stepped him up to the Group One Prix Morny at Deauville in soft conditions and he ran a cracker to finish third behind the smart filly Campanelle and Coventry Stakes winner Nando Parrado.

That offers the best form in the race and if any rain fell he could go off very short in the market.


Summerghand has been campaigned frequently this season and having been a remarkable handicapper this term for David O'Meara, dropping back in grade he has to be respected in this field.

Having landed the Stewards Cup at Glorious Goodwood and also losing in a photo-finish at Royal Ascot in the Wokingham Stakes, getting back into a big fielded event like the Ayr Gold Cup could bring him back to his best.

Since his win at Goodwood he finished a narrow second in a Listed event at Newbury and was then stepped up to the Group One Sprint Cup at Haydock and was ultimately outclassed.

He is a versatile son of Lope De Vega and will handle any conditions having won on quick and muddy ground.