DAYLAMI delivers in the 1998 Coral-Eclipse Stakes – just as trainer Saeed bin Suroor said he would!

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    Though the manner of victory may not have been as impressive as those he would go on to record in the Irish Champion Stakes and Breeders’ Cup Turf the following year, this was a success which would help set Daylami on the path to becoming a true champion.

    Already a Group One winner in France, having claimed the French 2000 Guineas 12 months earlier when trained by Alain de Royer-Dupre, the son of Doyoun made an instant impact on his first start for Saeed bin Suroor with victory in the Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh.

    Although then beaten by stablemate Faithful Son in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot, it did not deter Saeed Bin Suroor from keeping faith in a horse that would help shape the path of his own career.

    He would later recall: “I was confident about Sandown because I remember two days after Ascot he was jumping at home like nothing had happened. About eight days before the race his work on the Limekilns (gallop in Newmarket) was unbelievable. He was flying in the mornings.

    “Sometimes a horse tells you they are ready to do something special. The way he looked and the way he worked, it was different.”

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