Fremen looks all set open his account here, with only Bint Alhaarth of the exposed animals likely to make her presence felt. Sir Michael Stoute¿s colt caught a tartar on his Beverley debut in Haamiya who looked one to follow. Fremen got worked up a bit in the preliminaries but knuckled down to his task well and will be unfortunate if one of the newcomers here are as good as Marcus Tregoning¿s inmate. Henry Cecil introduces Indian Dream, bred by the legendary Vincent O¿Brien out of a Storm Bird mare. She will be out to enhance her paddock value, while Top Spot should go well considering the form of the Clive Brittain stable at present. The fact that she runs here instead of taking up a choice of weekend engagements may be significant. Bint Alhaarth put in a nice piece of work on the Faringdon Road recently but is fully exposed, so Fremen gets a confident vote.