Champion jockey Oisin Murphy picked out last year's 2000 Guineas winner Kameko in his Ten To Follow stable last year, and with the days counting down to confirm your team for this season, Murphy is back to share his 10 to keep an eye on in the months ahead.
I was delighted with her win in the Fred Darling (7f) and I'm convinced she will get a mile. She’ll improve from Newbury, especially with some sun on her back. She’s a horse I'm looking forward to riding as any other this season.
He proved he stayed 7f in the Free Handicap and it now gives us more options. He’s a smooth traveller and the better ground suited him. He’s another who should progress during the season.
He was an easy winner of the Lincoln with a very impressive turn of foot. Has the options of the big handicaps before moving into Listed/Group class over 8f/10f. Trainer had a similar type in Lord North.
Impressed when second in the Group 2 Greenham (which was a good race) following two easy wins at Southwell. He is in the right hands and look an exciting prospect over 7f/8f.
Never stopped improving the further up in trip he went. Landed a Group 1 (Prix Royal Oak) and the Group 2 Dubai Gold Cup on his last two starts. Looks a ready-made Gold Cup contender.
She is still on the upgrade. She won the G1 Breeders Cup Sprint in November with a career-best performance. Won on all types of ground and could be the main opponent to Battaash in all the top sprints.
He stays well. He outstayed Recovery Run in the Zetland Stakes over 10f and looks a thorough stayer. Goes on any ground and could well develop into a St Leger horse.
An impressive winner of the Ballysax Stakes, a renowned Derby trial, on his return in a decent time. He appreciated the quicker ground and looks likely to improve for the step up to 12f.
He did well to land the Greenham over a trip that was too short. The step up to a mile in the 2000 Guineas ought to suit and his disappointment in the Dewhurst (his only defeat) appears was down to the soft ground. He’s a horse with plenty of scope.
She is a lovely daughter of Lawman. She improved for stepping up to a mile to land the Fillies’ Mile in October and she should stay further. Already a G1 winner, she comes from a family that improves with age. Nice prospect.
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