Exciting prospect! Desert Hero wins for The Queen at Haydock

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This looks a name to remember!

Desert Hero is by the great Seas The Stars and this well-bred newcomer makes a big impression on his first career start at Haydock, forging clear in the closing stages in a lovely debut for trainer William Haggas, jockey Tom Marquand and owner Her Majesty The Queen at Haydock Park.

Desert Hero is bred to improve with time and distance, so this winning debut overt seven furlongs as a two-year-old augurs well for his future prospects with his top team.

“Really impressive” was the verdict of jockey Tom Marquand in conversation with Racing TV’s Stewart Machin after the race – on an afternoon when the rider notched a four-timer for Haggas on the card!

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