General Synod commands respect given his roots however next year may be his zenith and so preference is for the more precociously bred (and priced) TREASURY DEVIL. John Gosden's colt cost a million bucks and is out of a mare who was a triple winner at two and was also placed in the 1000 Guineas; sprinting looks the name of the game. Cocohatchee has three runs under his belt but he fluffed a good chance at Epsom last time and despite his fourth to Eucharist reading well he is taken on, with Colebrooke and Fleeting Tiger other newcomers to be interested in. Red Eyes is likely to appreciate further in time but he would arouse some interest with market support, a comment that also applies to the Richard Hannon duo of Reflect (pedigree suggests he will want ten furlongs before long) and General Synod (majority of relatives were better in their second season).
Charles Camoin (IRE) Peintre Celebre colt out of Birthday.
Cocohatchee 1-2fav (8-9) Keen and tracked winner, ridden to lead when hung left over 1f out, driven inside final furlong, headed post, 2nd of 3, hd behind Premium Coffee (8-11) at Epsom Downs 6f 2yo mdn aut (4) gf in Jul.
Colebrooke Shamardal colt out of Shimna.
Fleeting Tiger Tiger Hill colt out of Fleeting Rainbow.
General Synod Invincible Spirit colt out of New Assembly.
Ollywood Needwood Blade gelding out of Angel Maid.
Reach Out Phoenix Reach colt out of Cocorica.
Red Eyes Beat Hollow colt out of Kardelle.
Reflect (IRE) Hurricane Run colt out of Raphimix.
Treasury Devil (USA) Bernardini colt out of Crystal Music.
Traffic Sister (USA) More Than Ready filly out of Street Scene.