Prix ​​du Moulin: D-day for Baeed as William Haggas’ rising star faces first

Connections of Baaeed doesn’t take anything for granted in advance of the unbeaten Colt’s long-awaited graduation from the highest level in Sunday Prix du Moulin in Paris Longchamp.

The trio trained by William Haggasyear-old didn’t make it to his racetrack debut until begin June – but less than three months later, it ranks as one of the most exciting horses in Europe.

Since scoring on his introduction to Leicester, Baaeed has dealt with his rivals with contempt on a few of opportunities at Newmarket for powering clear in the Group Three Thoroughbred Stakes at Glorious Goodwood.

The time has come for the son of Sea The Stars to test his powers in Group A company – and with Jim Bolger decides against proclaiming his 2000 Guineas and St James’s Palace Stakes hero Poetic Flare, Baaeed will be a hot favorite to make it five out of five.

Angus Gold, racing manager for owners Shadwell Estate, said: “He goes up another couple of numbers and it makes no sense to over the to jump gun – let me see of he that is up towards it.

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Assistant trainer Maureen Haggas says Baaeed has had a smooth preparation for Sunday Prix du Moulin as the unbeaten colt is coming in Group One company for the first time

“It’s a shame Jim Bolger’s doesn’t” run. Everyone wants to see the good horses run in these races and I can imagine him saving him for the Irish Champion Stakes, which is understandable.

“We take on a very good filly (Snow Lantern) who is clearly a Group One winner already and very highly thought of.

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Sean Levey says Prix ​​du Moulin rival Baaeed seems ‘an exceptional horse’ but is more then happy to take it on with Group one winner Snow lantern.

“It will be a big test for him and we will see of he can live up now up to the hype.”

Now that Baaeed has proven its versatility on the ground, there are no real concern over the conditions beneath your feet in Paris.

“I’ve been told it’s almost going to be” good ground. They might get a little of rain, but not too much,” Gold added.

“He is” won on good too soft so I don’t think the ground will worry him unless they get a downpour and it gets heavy of something like that.”

baeed is joined on the trip over the Channel by Richard Hannon’s Snow Lantern. The daughter of Frankel is a Group One winner already, with a triumph at the highest level in the Falmouth Stakes wedged by meritorious effort in the coronation and the Sussex.

Aidan O’Brien saddles both Order of Australia and Lope Y Fernandez, with Andre Fabre’s Victor Ludorum and Peter Schiergen’s German filly Novemba completing the six-strong field.

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