Godolphin declare Barney Roy and Dream Castle in Greenham Stakes
Last Updated: 20/04/17 11:21am
Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin operation appear to hold a strong hand in the JLT Greenham Stakes at Newbury on Saturday, with Barney Roy and Dream Castle among a field of 10.
Saeed bin Suroor's Frankel colt Dream Castle was unraced as a juvenile but won a Doncaster maiden by three and a half lengths earlier this month.
Richard Hannon's Barney Roy, a hugely impressive winner of a Haydock maiden towards the end of last season, was bought by Godolphin after that success.
Aidan O'Brien is sending over War Secretary, a recent Listed scorer at Dundalk on the all-weather.
Kings Gift, second in the Horris Hill for Michael Dods, brings solid form to the table, while Hugo Palmer is represented by Via Serendipity.
Mr Scaramanga, winner of a valuable race in Doha for Simon Dow, locks horns again with David Evans' Sea Fox, fourth that day.
Zainhom looked promising for Sir Michael Stoute last season, as did David Menuisier's Make Time.
The field is completed by the Jose Santos-trained Lord Cooper, winner of three races on the all-weather this year.
Swiss Storm was one of eight horses withdrawn at the final declaration stage.