Flyman keen to continue his unbeaten record

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Flyman keen to continue his unbeaten record
Regardless of the fact that the surface is different and the venue is new, the legendary trainer Richard Fahey’s bay colt Flyman seems to be confident to perpetuate his 2-race unbeaten record by winning the high-profile race of Weatherbys Insurance £300,000 2-Y-O Stakes that is going to take place at Doncaster on September 13.
Though the opposition is big and strong, but the two-year-old novice runner possesses high spirit and immense confidence produced by hi excellent track record.
Over 6 furlongs and 110 yards, Flyman will face 21 worthy competitors with the surface being good. The huge cash prize worth £206,900 will definitely stir up a fierce battle.
Flyman has marvellously won both of his starts since debuting on June 15, 2012. Interesting to note is the fact that he ran his very first race with the favourite tag and justified the punters’ decision by winning it. That was the Acturis E B F Maiden Stakes, held at York.
The son of Pastoral Pursuits out of Satin Bell showed off his class once again by beating three strong runners to clinch top spot in the E B F Simply Cartons Sales Novice Stakes that took place at Nottingham.
Following these two terrific victories, Flyman is all ready to prove his efficiency over a longer distance. This will definitely demand strenuous struggle and rock-solid courage, and in fact, this is going to be the acid test of the young colt’s capabilities.
The owner, George Murray, hopes that his colt will earn him great prestige by bagging the third straight success. The fans, Flyman has gathered around him with impressive performances, are eager to watch him sizzling again.
Thus the expectations are high and the challenge is tough. Let us see how the confident colt handles this situation.
 The Gold Cheongsam is another strong candidate who has been at the peak of form since the very beginning of her career. After winning two races at Newmarket, the Jeremy Noseda trained bay filly is on the verge of a hat-trick. But unfortunately, she is not going to run under Frankie Dettori this time.
So we must expect a head-to-head battle in the race. Good luck to the both.
Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are the writer's own and do not reflect Bettor.Com’s editorial policy.



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