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Tuesday, 23 October, 2018

Frankel colt Dream Castle to test Guineas claims in Greenham

Dream Castle - coasts home on his debut at Doncaster
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Frankel offspring could be well represented in the Group 3 JLT Greenham Stakes at Newbury on Saturday week, a race the Sir Henry Cecil-trained superstar himself won before going onto 2,000 Guineas glory in 2011.

Godolphin have indicated that promising Doncaster maiden winner Dream Castle, who was cut to 20-1 (from 50) by William Hill after his Town Moor romp on April 2, could join their recent part acquisition Swiss Storm in the seven-furlong contest.

Dream Castle, a rare Frankel homebred from Sheikh Mohammed's organisation, was unraced as a juvenile but made up for lost time when slamming To Dibba by three and a half lengths on his belated debut for which his home reputation led to him being sent off at 4-7.

Trainer Saeed Bin Suroor, who also won the other division of the same maiden with fellow debutant Benbatl, said: "Dream Castle has been in good form since his win at Doncaster and the next step for him will be the Group 3 trial at Newbury before we think about the 2,000 Guineas.

"Bentbatl, who is by Dubawi, also won nicely at Doncaster and the plan is to run him in the Group 3 Craven Stakes at Newmarket next Thursday."

In January, Godolphin bought out trainer David Elsworth's share in Swiss Storm, impressive winner of a Newbury maiden last September, who is pencilled in to clash with Dream Castle at Newbury.

Dream Castle has been in good form since his win at Doncaster and the next step for him will be the Group 3 Trial at Newbury
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