QEII-bound Tamayuz has improved
FREDDIE HEAD reports Tamayuz to be in the form of his life as he prepares to cross the Channel for the first time to contest the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes on September 27.
The Nayef colt has won five of his six career starts and was a hugely impressive winner of the Prix Jacques le Marois at Deauville last month.
A trip to Ascot is now firmly on the agenda for the three-year-old and Head is hoping for some decent ground on Saturday week.
"The horse is very well and he really couldn't be better. I think he has even improved since Deauville," said Head.
"He was very impressive that day and hopefully the QEII is the plan for him now.
"He is getting better all the time and, while I would ideally like good ground at Ascot, softer ground would not stop him."