Wednesday, 16 June 2021

Ed Dunlop's 2yos to Follow in 2021

Jack Morland, Assistant Trainer to Ed Dunlop, has kindly forwarded a list of their two-year-olds for the 2021 season.

Take a look at Ed's two-year-olds from the 2020 season.  

Taking a closer look at the best of last year's crop three horses caught the eye. 

Lenny's Spirit who raced three times and won at the odds of 22/1 on his second start at York. Loyal owner Paul Turner had another fair juvenile in Arthur's Realm

One horse who looks a potential star of the future is John Leeper

Named after John Leeper Dunlop, this son of Frankel is out of the exceptional mare Snow Fairy. You wouldn't find a better bred horse and he made a lovely introduction when finishing fourth at odds of 8/1. I expect this colt to follow in the same direction as Virgin Snow, who is similarly owner [Anamoine] and trained and now races off on OR of 100. 

Looking forward to this new crop of two-year-olds. Names will be updated as and when the information is available.

Unnamed: Camelot X Capriole 

This colt is by Guineas and Derby hero Camelot. He is a well put-together, scopey individual with a good shoulder and hind end matched by an athletic walk. He is the half-brother to Group 3 winner Arnold Laneand is from the family of the great Oh So Sharp. He looks an athletic individual and is progressing well. 

Unnamed: Churchill X Indigo 

Lady This strong, compact filly with a good hind end was purchased at Tattersalls Book 1. Churchill is a first season sire and was an exceptional racehorse himself, winning both the Gr.1 Dewhurst Stakes and the Gr.1 2,000 Guineas. She is the half-sister to the Listed winning Indie Angel who looks a very progressive type. She has a brilliant attitude and I am looking forward to training her. 

Unnamed: Camelot X Sterling Sound 

This Camelot colt out of Sterling Sound was purchased at Tattersalls Book 2. He is a racy looking horse for a Camelot and is very well-built and strong. Camelot has had another exceptional year at stud and I’m looking forward to seeing how he progresses. He has been doing everything that has been asked of him so far and looks a type for the middle of the season. 

Unnamed: Siyouni x Twitch 

This strong, well-built filly was purchased at Tattersalls Book. Her sire Siyouni has had a smashing year with Gr.1 Arc d’Triomphe winner Sottsass and Gr.1 Dewhurst Stakes winner St Mark’s Basilica. Out of the Listed winning mare Twitch, she looks an exciting prospect. 

Unnamed: The Gurkha X Saga Celebre 

This colt by French Guineas and Sussex Stakes winner The Gurkha was purchased at Tattersalls. Saga Celebre is a mare whose talented progeny I have been fortunate enough to train in the past, including the stakes performing Sagaciously. This colt is a rangy, good-looking horse with a great head and a super attitude - I am looking forward to training him.

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