William Haggas talks to At The Races about his Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe hope Sea Of Class
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DEEBEE was only beaten a length despite finishing fourth on his debut at Ayr last month and he should be hard to beat if improving for that experience. Dubai Icon made his first racecourse appearance in a very strong race at Goodwood and he should find this contest to be an easier target. Midport's sales price increased from 23,000 euros as a foal to 90,000gns a year later and he is the pick of the newcomers, ahead of his stablemate Mister Merlin.
DUBAI ICON shaped encouragingly in a maiden at Goodwood in August that is working out well, clearly getting the hang of things late on. A well-bred sort representing a leading outfit, he can make it second time lucky. Deebee shaped well on his respective debut at Ayr and is feared, along with The Met.