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Byline: NEWMARKET GALLOPS David Milnes
?Forge Sir Michael Stoute The son of Dubawi lit up the round gallop on the Limekilns and heads for the Listed Heron Stakes at Sandown on Thursday evening. ??Best Of Times Saeed Bin Suroor James Doyle took the four-yearold through his paces on the watered gallop. The son of Dubawi takes some getting fit and will probably need his first run back after a year off.
?Saxagogo George Scott Breezed nicely on the watered gallop. Scott has a few twoyear-olds ready to roll and this one is pencilled into make her debut on June 1.
?Aclaim Martyn Meade is thinking of stepping his unbeaten speedster straight into the Group 2 Sandy Lane Stakes at Haydock on Saturday after a handicap win at Newmarket last time. Judging by the way the three-year-old winged up the short gallop on Friday morning, that confidence is not misplaced. ??Celestial Path Sir Mark Prescott You can set your watch by Prescott's Heath House team, who as usual turned up at 6.50am prompt to use the Al Bahathri. Last year's 2,000 Guineas fifth headed the charge under Luke Morris and looks to have come on a bundle for his recent return in a Listed contest in Germany.
GREAT WORK!??Postponed Roger Varian The imposing Dubai Sheema Classic winner was out well before breakfast on the watered gallop and finished strongly in his spin with two others. The five-year-old is set for a first taste of the surroundings at Epsom at the Breakfast With The Stars event on Tuesday. ??Yesterday's 5-2 winner Chelsea Lad was highlighted in Thursday's Newmarket Gallops