Impressor primed for bold show in Mill Reef

Marcus Tregoning is excited about running Impressor in the Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef Stakes at Newbury – for which 14 juveniles have been left .
Fourth at a fantastic maiden at Glorious Goodwood, Impressor looks greater and bolted up at Salisbury on his second excursion.
The expectation is he will appreciate a predicted quicker surface on Saturday while he acted well with cut at the floor last time outside, being Footstepsinthesand.
“He’s in great form, and will do a more piece of effort before he moves , but he is in good shape,” explained Tregoning.
“Obviously the floor might be on the fast side. But the experience I have had with Footstepsinthesands, I have had just one or two fine ones like Boom And Bust, they appear to go on that type of earth – so we’ll run.
“He’s in good shape right now, and we’ll see just how he gets on.”
Richard Hannon includes a harvest of juveniles and contains abandoned at Mystery Power Oh Purple Temple and Reign Of Heaven.
Mark Johnston’s Fuwayrit suggesting he faked a step up although Roger Varian’s Pierre Lapin created a good impression when winning his start back in May and has won his past two, has a profile.
While Marco Botti Malotru along with Michael Bell’s Mr Kiki are also in the combination, Pistoletto or King Neptune could run.

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