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Last Updated: 12/08/13 6:34pm
Soft Falling Rain: Could run in the Hungerford
Mike De Kock will attempt to win another big race this weekend with Soft Falling Rain in line to make his British debut in the Betfred Hungerford Stakes at Newbury on Saturday.
South African De Kock lowered Telescope's colours at Haydock on Saturday in the Rose of Lancaster Stakes with David Livingston, and Soft Falling Rain, one of the stars of the Dubai Carnival, brings with him a tall reputation after winning the Godolphin Mile on World Cup night on his most recent start.
Handed entries at Royal Ascot and in Newmarket's July Cup since arriving at De Kock's Newmarket satellite yard after Dubai, he has needed time and bypassed those initial targets, but is reported an "intended runner" at Newbury by Angus Gold, racing manager for owner Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum.
While De Kock's camp are excited at the prospect of seeing Soft Falling Rain back in action, assistant trainer Steve Jell has warned that the colt will improve enormously for the run.
"Soft Falling Rain is coming along nicely but you must remember that he's had a good few months off since he last ran," said Jell.
"He's been over here a while now and has been going nicely at home. We'll just see what happens on Saturday, we won't rush into making any future plans until we get this out of the way.
"It will be good to see him back in action, he looked very good in Dubai. We just want to see him run a nice race, but all of our horses that we've run over here have improved massively after their first run and I reckon that will be the case with him."
He is likely to face a stiff task, however, with the likes of Gordon Lord Byron, a Group One winner over the trip, also entered.
Aidan O'Brien's exciting American import Darwin has been given an entry, as has last year's St James's Palace Stakes winner Most Improved and Jersey Stakes winner Gale Force Ten.
The David Simcock duo of Trade Storm and Caspar Netscher, Lennox Stakes winner Garswood and Guineas-placed Glory Awaits are also in.
Gregorian, Red Jazz and Producer are others to feature among 18 possibles.