The Henry Cecil trained Frankel tops the list of the twelve accepting at the six-day stage for the Dubai Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket.
As anticipated, Saamidd has been supplemented by the Godolphin team at a cost of Â£20,000 subsequent to his imposing triumph in the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster. However, the David Simcock trained Dream Ahead appears, on paper, to be the one to beat undefeated in three outings, incuding two Group One company events. After failing to impress in the Washington Singer Stakes at Newbury, the Clive Brittain trained Chesham winner Zaidan will be attempting to show something special. The maximum field of twelve for the event will include the likes of Coventry Stakes second placed Elzaam and Acomb victor Waiter's Dream. A tough challenge from Ireland is expected, with trainer Aidan O'Brien, who has a duo of wins in the event before in 2001 with Rock Of Gibraltar and in 2009 with Beethoven, able to select from Master Of Hounds, Oracle, Roderic O'Connor and Seville.