Our gallops reporter has been to Newmarket
Our gallops reporter has been to Newmarket to check out Sir Michael Stoute's team.
By Gallops reporter
Last Updated: 12/04/14 4:38pm
GOSPEL CHOIR showed that he is ready for a bountiful season in a workout with RUSSIAN REALM and BOLD SNIPER on the Limekilns Round Gallop.
All three jockeys were in the drive position at the end, but Gospel Choir had the call by three-quarters of a length over Bold Sniper, with Russian Realm the whipper-in.
Ryan Moore partnered the promising QUEEN'S PRIZE, who came up the strip in company with SURCINGLE and PSYCOMETRY. However, this was non-exacting work, although Queen's Prize is clearly in good heart.
ARAB SPRING has done well since breaking his maiden at Kempton, and he looked in good form with ABSEIL and TELESCOPE. The latter has done plenty of work ahead of his intended reappearance in the Gordon Richards at Sandown.
TOP TUG lived up to his name as he pulled ahead of TERCEL and GOTHIC.
ROCKET SHIP has done plenty of work and he looked in good form as he eased a length ahead of his companion.
The work was completed by a trio incorporating MONTONE, PASS THE SHOVEL and MAIRISE.