Godolphin owned Charlie Appleby trained two-year-old colt Boccaccio won a 7f Yarmouth novice on good to firm on debut back in May in the syle of one that might prove pretty good. He was on my mind for the Group Three Horris Hill but we, of course, lost that Doncaster meeting to the weather and he then didn’t line-up for the rearranged Newmarket race due to the heavy going. He is due to resume his promising career in the 7f Novice Stakes at 5.40 over at Kempton Wednesday evening – was also entered at Wolverhampton for this coming Saturday. An 850,000 Guineas yearling purchase he is related to a number of top-class types being by Dubawi out of G.3 Fred Darling winner J Wonder. He has to give them all weight here but should be more than capable of doing that especially if he is to go on to the type of heights I think he might – has some flashy entries. James Doyle is doing the steering and I think the colt is as good a good thing as you will see this week. Get on at the 10-11 best price guaranteed early.