Persian Pressure booked his ticket for Royal Ascot with an easy success within the BetVictor Circumstances Stakes at Newbury.
Richard Hannon’s cost received the Brocklesby at Doncaster on his racecourse bow in March and was all the trend to observe up as he tried six furlongs for the primary time.
Simply three runners went to put up, with one other earlier winner, Holguin, getting down to make all whereas Aidan O’Brien’s newcomer Sierra Blanca raced upsides down the center of the monitor.
Rossa Ryan was glad to tuck in behind the Andrew Balding-trained Holguin on the 8-13 market chief till switched out to make his problem as Sierra Blanca rapidly dropped away.
Persian Pressure swept by the pace-setter in a matter of strides and pulled clear within the closing levels, coming dwelling two and a half lengths clear.
Hannon believes the Mehmas colt compares favourably with former steady star Canford Cliffs, who landed the Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot earlier than happening to notch 5 Group One victories at three and 4.
Persian Pressure is now set to observe the identical path to Ascot.
He stated: “He’s very laid again. If solely I had one other 5 like that, I would not need to work for a residing!
“He’ll go to the Coventry. He is without doubt one of the nicest two-year-olds we’ve got had for a very long time. He isn’t a horse who’s working across the paddock – he behaves like good horses do. Since Canford Cliffs’ days, he’s essentially the most thrilling two-year-old we’ve got had.
“I’m by no means actually a fan of the Brocklesby – you do not see loads of actually good horses going there. However I stated what’s the level of hanging onto them? Could as nicely let him go and it has been a very long time from then to now.
“It is a correct race. I do know Andrew (Balding) likes his horse and I feel he barely frightened loads of horses away immediately. He’s a severely good horse.”