Erytheis


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Erytheis

stood vigil over golden apples of Hesperides. [Gk. Myth.: LLEI, I: 327]
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Mick Channon's tough youngster has earned an improved Topspeed rating in each of his last five outings and reached a peak on the stopwatch when touched off by Erytheis at Newmarket eight days ago.
Kieren Fallon was seen at his imperious best when powering Erytheis to victory in the six-furlong nursery.
The betting suggested the six-furlong maiden fillies' event would be a cakewalk for Stoute's Erytheis after she had finished runner-up to two likeable sorts in Giganticus at Haydock and Mostaqeleh at Newbury, but Kieren Fallon had to again underline why he is at the top of his profession to secure victory.
P artnered by son Michael, the Giant's Causeway colt, who had run so promisingly at Newmarket on his debut, stayed on strongly to beat Erytheis by a length and a half.
Stoute was keen to make full use of one of his favourite gallops and, with horses coming up all the open strips, Erytheis drew attention when moving well in her spin with two others.