Global Heat (IRE)
TrainerSaeed bin Suroor
|Global Heat (IRE)||Toronado (IRE)||High Chaparral (IRE)||Sadler's Wells (USA)|
|2010||Wana Doo (USA)||Grand Slam (USA)|
|2000||Wedding Gift (FR)|
|2016||Raskutani (GB)||Dansili (GB)||Danehill (USA)|
|2006||Oshiponga (GB)||Barathea (IRE)|
Very useful; promise in maiden company until winning 1m2f Ripon handicap on good in May 2019; held in two 1m2f handicaps at Meydan in early 2020 and then at Chelmsford in September but bounced back to winning form in 1m4f handicap at Meydan in January 2021 and third on next start over 1m6f off 6lb higher mark; beaten a short head in Group 3 over same C&D the following month; appeared not to stay 2m when sixth of eleven in Dubai Gold Cup next time; pulled up in Ascot Stakes over 2m6f (soft) in June and tailed off at Newbury (16.5f) in July; much better when second of five at Newmarket (1m4f) in August 2021; midfield in two Listed conditions races and a handicap at Meydan (1m4f and 1m6f) in January / February 2022 before a third place in a Group 3 over 1m6f at the track; went on to claim fifth in a 1m4f Group 2 after that at the same track; held in handicap company on his British return at Wolverhampton; last of five in 1m4f Listed race at Goodwood in May; slightly better when third of five at Windsor (1m3f) in June and further improvement when second, beaten a neck, at Ripon (12f) in July; similar effort when third in first-time blinkers at Newmarket (1m4f) in September; staying-on fifth of fifteen at Meydan (12f) in January 2023 and built on that by winning next start over 1m6f at same venue.