Who To Follow On Day Three At Doncaster

Horse To Follow - Mohawk King

The first big race of the day is the Group Two Flying Childers Stakes over five furlongs and some strong juveniles head to post for this one.

Our one to follow is Richard Hannon trained Mohawk King could spring a surprise especially with the added bonus of Frankie Dettori taking the ride.

The son of Siyouni made his debut at the end of July at Ascot in a Class 5 Maiden event and he ran out a smart winner, seeing off a field of eight runners in determined style.

After that solid run that was since massively franked, he was stepped up to the Group Two Gimcrack Stakes over six furlongs and never really threatened.Being dropped to five furlongs is a positive with speed a massive part of this colts strengths.

Trainer To Follow - Sir Michael Stoute

Sir Michael Stoute is one of the most well known trainers in the sport and although he has had a fairly quiet season to date he seems to be peaking as we head into the autumn.

The trainer has been in good form over the last two weeks with seven winners for 29 runners which sees him pose a strike rate of 24.14%.

Sir Michael Stoute does not have a bad record with his runners at Town Moor especially this season with three winners and four places from 16 runners which comes out at a 18.75% strike rate.

The veteran trainer has some really nice chances on Friday with Sorrel looking to get the day off to a good start and also in the last race of the day he has the juvenile Tawareeq.

Jockey To Follow - Jim Crowley

Jim Crowley has been one of the jockey's of the season riding his 2000th winner and also landing big winners at the big festivals in Britain.

His retained owner Hamdan Al Maktoum has also had a good time of things this year and normally at these meetings this term he has had one special day and we believe Friday will be that.

Crowley has four big chances in out eyes with Alfaatik, Ghalyoon, Lanequash and Tawareeq all near the top of the market in their respective races and we personally think they will all take the world of beating.

Crowley has been in superb form at Doncaster this year with six winners from 13 rides which sees him pose a strike rate of 46.15%.