The grey son of Dark Angel looked every inch a top-class sprinter in the making when dominating his rivals in handicap company at the Royal meeting in June – his fourth win from his first five starts.
He finished a disappointing sixth when well fancied for the Nunthorpe at York last month, but shaped better when fourth in the Sprint Cup at Haydock on his latest appearance.
The Qipco British Champions Sprint on October 17 is next on Art Power’s agenda.
Easterby said: “He’s in good shape – he came out of Haydock well.
“I was very happy with how he ran at Haydock and it will be Ascot next for him, all being well.
“He’ll be a better horse next year as he’s still got some strengthening up to do.”
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