Big one

Enbihaar star name in Park Hill at Doncaster

If she lines-up to the DFS Park Hill Stakes at Doncaster on Thursday enbihaar will Try a hat-trick of All Group Two victories.

Having already got the Lillie Langtry Stakes from the bag of Goodwood and the Lancashire Oaks in Haydock, the John Gosden-trained four-year-old includes seven fillies status in her way after the final declaration stage.
Three of those – Delphinia, Peach Tree and South Sea Pearl – are out of Aidan O’Brien’s Ballydoyle stable.
Dame Maillot measures up from an distance and a half.
The Richard Hannon-trained Star Conditions, Ralph Beckett’s Oydis along with Mark Johnston’s Vibrant Diamond Compose the area.
Johnston has a leading contender in West End Girl after nine fillies were announced for its Group Two over the mile for the William Hill May Hill Stakes.
Golden Horn’s daughter showed she was a staying two-year-old when winning the Sweet Solera Stakes at Newmarket.
While Godolphin Alpen Rose captured off the markers over exactly the identical course and distance she faces tom Dascombe’s Boomer took the Group Three Prestige Stakes last time.
The sole Irish challenger is before this season the O’Brien-trained Fire, who opened her accounts over a mile in a Cork maiden.
Completing the set of hopefuls are Ananya, educated by Peter Chapple-Hyam, Sylvester Kirk’s Anna Of Sussex, Richard Hannon’s Cloak Of Spirits, Run Wild and Hugo Palmer’s Powerful Breeze from the Gosden stable.
The Irish have a strong-hand at the Weatherbys Racing Bank Number 300,000 2-Y-O Stakes with Aidan O’Brien having three of the 22 runners in Acomb Stakes second Harpocrates, King Neptune and Pistoletto while his son Joseph goes to the large pot with Group Three runner-up Unforgetable.
Malton handler Kevin Ryan has three led by Gimcrack Stakes third Repartee.
The Hannon team also run three together with Manigordo Ziggle Pops along with D Day using Keith Dalgleish series to run Glasvegas for the first time since he finished third in the Windsor Castle Stakes.

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