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Tryster could be the highlight of a very profitable day for Appleby, who has really dominated the all-weather season.
A gelded son of Shamardal, Tryster has performed creditably on all-weather surfaces over the winter, winning five races on the trot.
BLUE IS THE COLOUR William Buick and hot favourite Tryster land the Easter Classic on All-Weather Finals Day at Lingfield
While there are some very nice horses lining up, they will all have to improve substantially to beat Charlie Appleby's Tryster, who has progressed from looking a bit of a playboy when winning the rst race at the reopened Chelmsford City o a mark of 87 in January to looking a top-class prospect when coming from nearly last to win the Winter Derby.
Tryster has been off the track since putting in a dull performance in the Brigadier Gerard Stakes at Sandown in May, having previously been one of the stars of the all-weather season.
Tryster could be the highlight of a very pro[euro]table day for Appleby, who has really dominated the all-weather season.
By this point only Tryster and Gaelic Silver were in contention and while Appleby's runner was allowed to keep the race, many observers felt that was a harsh call as only a short head separated the pair at the line.
While future plans are yet to be decided for Tryster, a trip to Royal Ascot could be on the cards for Pretend following his win in the Unibet All-Weather Sprint Championships Conditions Stakes.
Godolphin runners look to set for a profitable afternoon, with TRYSTER, bidding for a fifth straight victory of 2015, fancied to justify hot favouritism in the Easter Classic (3.
The Godolphin handler has been much more active on the winter allweather scene this year and his endeavours have paid off with the likes of Tryster and Gold Trail already having a couple of victories in the bag.
TRYSTER was a controversial winner at Chelmsford but if he can steer a straight course this time, he should be drawing plaudits for all the right reasons in the Coral Handicap at Wolverhampton.
To start with there is Tryster, who looked brilliant on the all-weather this winter and is an exciting prospect switched back to turf, while Eagle Top has the potential to be one of the stars of the season.