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Last Updated: 04/10/13 2:08pm
Freddie Head: Trains Charm Spirit
Trainer Freddie Head has high hopes for Charm Spirit in the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere at Longchamp on Sunday.
The Group One for two-year-olds has been won by the likes of Hector Protector, Arazi and Rock Of Gibraltar in the past but there appears no standout contender this year.
Seven of the eight runners have already met with defeat, with the only one defending an unblemished record being Spanish raider Noozhoh Canarias.
Head's youngster was second on debut at Deauville before winning well at Longchamp last month.
"He is a nice colt and is improving all the time," said Head.
"He won well the other day, over the course and distance, which is a good sign as Longchamp is a bit special.
"He is a fast horse and I hope he has a good chance."
Richard Hannon won the race 12 months ago with Olympic Glory and runs Barley Mow.
After a nice win on debut he was put well in his place by Godolphin's Be Ready at Doncaster.
Aidan O'Brien, who has won the contest seven times but not since Holy Roman Emperor in 2006, saddles Wilshire Boulevard, a son of Holy Roman Emperor.
Winner of the Anglesey Stakes on Irish Oaks day, he was last seen finishing second in the Gimcrack at York.
O'Brien told www.coolmore.com: "Wilshire Boulevard's last run was over six furlongs in the Gimcrack. He should get the extra furlong and we are hoping for another good run - Ryan Moore rides."
Godolphin's Outstrip, a good winner of the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster, was declared a non-runner on Friday morning.