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Last Updated: 08/05/10 5:42pm
Bullet Train shoots clear.
Henry Cecil's Bullet Train (11-4) ran out an emphatic winner of the totesport.com Derby Trial at Lingfield.
Recently supplemented for the blue riband at Epsom, the Sadler's Wells colt was a promising second on his return at Newbury and obviously learned plenty from that as he was sent to the front from the outset.
Tom Queally's mount handled the downhill turn with aplomb, although Aidan O'Brien's Captain James Cook appeared to slip at the bottom of the hill and was quickly pulled up.
Up front, Bullet Train continued to bowl along and as favourite Desert Myth's run petered out, Cecil's runner kept up the gallop to hold Dubawi Phantom by two and a quarter lengths.
Queally said: "It was a good performance. "They went an even gallop all the way and I was impressed with the way he stretched and quickened.
"He's improving and we've a nice horse on our hands."
Cecil added: "He's improving all the time. He won't necessarily (run in the Derby), you don't run in the Derby unless you think you have got a chance.
"He's also in the King Edward at Royal Ascot and I'll have to speak to the Prince (Abdullah) and Teddy (Grimthorpe, racing manager).
"I'm not saying he won't go to the Derby, we'll just see what the trials bring and what Prince Khalid wants to do.
"He's still a baby and he has improved, but he has got to keep on improving."
David Simcock said of the runner-up: "He's a little bit quirky but we rode him to get the trip.
"Hopefully he might end up being a Leger horse. He could go for the King Edward next."
A similar plan might be the case for third home Hot Prospect, with trainer Michael Jarvis feeling he may have bumped into a good horse.
Sky Bet cut the Khalid Abdullah-owned Bullet Train to 12-1 from 33-1 for the Derby.
Matt Doyle of Sky Bet said: "In a wide open renewal connections will surely throw their hat in the ring for Epsom unless we see something special in the Dante next week to scare them off."