Indian Blessing heads to the Curragh whilst Blackeath runs at Windsor today
Indian Blessing has travelled to Ireland this weekend with Gary and J-Singh to make her seasonal debut in the 3.35pm Athasi Stakes (Group 3) over 7f at the Curragh.
Closer to home, Blackheath will line up in the 2.35pm at Windsor this afternoon under Liam Keniry. Read Ed's thoughts below:
"Blackheath is in great form and looks to come on from his run at Newmarket almost 3 weeks ago. This is a significant step down in grade and I think he will be very hard to beat. The obvious danger is the unexposed Harry’s Bar of James Fanshawe’s who is well bred. James is an extremely good trainer, especially at bringing along these types so there is a risk that we may run in to a very good horse, but we are drawn well and Liam knows him better than anybody else so I’m confident that he will go very close.
Indian Blessing has travelled over to the Curragh very well. She left Kingsdown on Saturday morning and went for a canter yesterday and this morning Gary is very happy with her. She is eating well and looks great so I’m hoping for a big run. She is drawn in stall 1 which is a good draw as she does not like to be crowded and Gerald will be able to switch her off and hopefully produce her with a winning run. Unfortunately she carries a penalty in this race which is why she is top weight, but I think on her best form she will be very hard to beat."
Pictured below is our Assisstant Jack on Indian Blessing last week.