He will be a nice horse in time. He is still very immature and inexperienced with a lot of growing up to be done, and it could take another couple of runs for the 'penny to drop'. I think jumping will be his forte so don't be surprised if you see him going chasing and taking advantage of the four-year-old allowance. He probably wants three miles in time, but not yet, so he will most likely run over 2m4f this season. Like his older brother Hammersly Lake, he has a high cruising speed but does not have a turn of foot and is an out and out galloper.