Shining Blue
Shining Blue

Shining Blue provided one more idea of what the future may hold when prolonging his unbeaten document to three in the Jenningsbet Seaton Delaval Handicap at Newcastle.

The Saeed bin Suroor-trained four-year-old was unraced at 2 and three, however, it swiftly offset wasted time.

He made a taking winning launching at Leicester prior to following up under a penalty at Ripon.

Starting life in handicaps off a mark of 94, which could rarely be claimed to be forgiving, he had no trouble in disposing of some beneficial opponents under Danny Tudhope, winning at 8/13 by a length and a fifty per cent.

” He’s a nice steed and he’s improving with every race,” stated Bin Suroor.
” Today he won well, I believed he had improved from what I had seen at home and also he was clear at the end. I’ve always liked him.

” That was his third run, he could just have an easy time now prior to we try to find another race for him. He’s a horse for the future and I do not intend to put too much pressure on him, simply let him discover himself.

” There are no strategies. He’s won a handicap there so possibly we’ll take a look at a Listed race next. He’ll probably be rated around 100 after that.

” Danny rode him well, he had actually ridden him as soon as previously so he understood him. The pace matched him today so he looks a good steed.”

Shining Blue holds entries in the Group 2 Lennox Stakes and the Golden Mile at Goodwood, however, Bin Suroor remained in no rush to commit regardless.

” A mile looks his trip in the meantime but in the future maybe he can go further, he may get a mile and a quarter. He showed speed there yet the way he works he might go 10 furlongs,” he claimed.

” He’s got access at Goodwood, but I want to see how he remains in a week. If he’s fresh and also happy we could consider them, but if not we’ll ease off prior to searching for another race.”

Elsewhere on the card, the Mark, as well as Charlie Johnston-trained Lion Of Battle, almost certainly made himself a step up in course an accomplished success in the Pertemps Waterfront Restricted Novice Stakes.

Running in the Qatar Racing colours and also a son of the late Roaring Lion, Cieren Fallon’s install powered clear and also was eased considerably in winning by 10 lengths as the 8/11 favourite.

By John

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