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Hot To Trot: Godolphin causing a splash
Adam Brookes chooses three trainers that are in hot form at present and highlights some of their key runners over the coming days.
Flat trainer - Charlie Appleby
With lots of well-bred youngsters either making their debuts or in the early stages of their careers, this is generally a good time of year for Godolphin and it’s been no different this time around, with both of their private trainers in red-hot form. Charlie Appleby, who has sent out Wuheida to win the Group 1 Prix Marcel Boussac at Chantill at the start of the month, even found the time to saddle a pattern winner in Australia in recent days when Qewy won the Group 3 Geelong Cup. Qewy had finished a gallant second in the Ascot Stakes over the Gold Cup C&D in June and was dropping back to a mile and a half Down Under. Appleby predictably has loads of fascinating entries coming up this week, though perhaps worthy of special interest are G K Chesterton, who caught the eye on his belated return when fifth at Newmarket last month and remains with potential, and Mise En Rose, who could run in the listed Fleur de Lys Fillies’ Stakes at Lingfield on Thursday, a race which the same connections won with Trarless in 2014.
Jumps trainer - Paul Nicholls
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