PORT Paradise and Beau Knight will both represent the Phantom House team over the next couple of days.
Port Paradise, owned by Terry Verrier, lines up in a 6f auction maiden at Ascot this afternoon. The son of Paco Boy made an encouraging start to his career when fourth at Windsor in August and with that run under his belt, we are hoping for a good display today. William said: “Port Paradise should have learnt plenty for his debut run and should put up a decent performance. Normal improvement should see him have an each way chance.”
Tomorrow, Beau Knight heads to Thirsk for the Hambleton Cup, a handicap over 1m4f.
The son of Sir Percy gets in off bottom weight and was last seen finishing second to Dawn Missile at Haydock in early August. William added: “Beau Knight is in good form. He was second to a progressive three-year-old last time out and deserves to run well in a race like this.”
Looking towards entries next week, Lady Lloyd could line up in a 6f maiden at Windsor on Monday.