He breezed well despite showing greenness allowing plenty of room for improvement. It was a progressive breeze hitting the line very strong, with his stride length in the top 10% of the sale, and his gallop out in the top 5%.
Kessaar’s progeny have been well received at the sales and he has already had an impressive debut winner, Tajalla at Newmarket, who looks like he could take a high position in the juvenile ranks.
He is in training with Group 1 winning trainer Stan Moore in Lambourn who has a great record at training 2 year olds highlighted by winning the Redcar Two-Year-Old Trophy for two consecutive years with Dubai Dynamo and Total Gallery.
He is bred to be a sprinter and the type to make the perfect 2 year old. He debuted at Chepstow on the 10th May finishing a narrowly beaten 5th in a Competitive novice event. He ran green before staying on well up the hill finishing strongly and showing lots of promise. He then ran in the Woodcote on Oaks day before finishing 2nd in a competitive Chester Novice event on his third run. He was a good 6th of 18 in a high class Glorious Goodwood Maiden, running with a lot of credit, and is a winner waiting to happen.