Without Parole looked a Pattern-race performer in the making when he let his talent do the talking at Yarmouth.
The son of Frankel, who hold entries in the 2000 Guineas and the Dante, went into many notebooks when he made a winning debut at Newcastle in December, and impressed once again with a six-length victory in division two of the John Kemp 4×4 Centre Of Norwich Novice Stakes.
Winning trainer John Gosden said of the 4-9 favourite: “He obviously took time to come to himself last year. He raced late last year and won up at Newcastle by six lengths.
“He is entered in the Guineas and that’s an option. This is an unusual place to come for a Guineas trial, though.
“I think he will be a mile- to a mile-and-a-quarter horse. I don’t think he is a mile-and-a-half horse.
“We will just see how he sharpens up after this but he got an education from the jockey.”
Successful jockey Frankie Dettori added: “I’ve never ridden him before but he gave me a good feel. He has got an engine, anyway.
“I felt like when he hit the front he was happy to stay there. He will race in something decent next time so I just wanted to teach him when you pass the others you have got to keep on running.”
While an outing in the Qipco 2000 Guineas may come too soon for Corrosive there is every chance the son of Uncle Mo will be plying his trade at a higher level sooner rather than later after defying a penalty to land division one of the one-mile contest by half a length.
Trainer Hugo Palmer said of the 11-4 winner: “To do that and give them weight was very pleasing. He almost raced lazily but I think he will keep improving.
“I’d say it would be quite a few runs before we really see his ability. He won’t be running in the Guineas. If he had won by five or six lengths we would have had a go.”
Carrie’s Vision provided trainer William Haggas with his first two-year-old winner of the year when defeating The Last Party by a neck in the Haven Seashore Holiday Park Maiden Fillies’ Stakes.
Maureen Haggas, wife of the winning trainer, said of the 9-4 chance: “She looked a bit green going down. I was a little bit worried she might do it back to front.
“She jumped really well got a lead and settled. She had to be brave to go through the gap but she did it well.
“I suppose she is the right type to hopefully aim at something a bit higher.”