No Limit Dream made a promising debut at Dax in July in a race that has worked out very well and he is taken to get off the mark at the second attempt at Craon this morning (10.35am).


The Jean-Claude Rouget-trained juvenile was a staying-on third that day – the first and second have since filled the same places in a class 2, while the fourth and fifth both won their maidens next time out.


Rouget’s representative was given a considerate ride on debut, as tends to be the case with his debutants, and this first foal of 2017 Prix Morny fifth High Dream Milena should be capable of scoring today.


10.35am Craon – No Limit Dream 1pt win @ 11/8 (most firms)


In the fillies’ equivalent (11.05am), Henri-Alex Pantall’s twice-raced daughter of Siyouni, Siyouchka, looks worth backing to make it third time lucky.


She has finished third on both starts to date, both over a mile at Vichy. She fluffed her lines at the start on debut, but travelled as well as anything into the final couple of furlongs and kept on well to the line.


Her next start came at class 2 level and she was very well-supported in the market, an indication her trainer thinks a fair bit of her.  Though no match for the front two, the winner was runner-up in Listed company earlier this week and she had a Jerome Reynier-trained maiden winner 3L behind her back in fourth.


This looks a good spot for her, she has a good draw and should be going very close.


11.05am Craon – Siyouchka 1pt win @ 3-1 (most firms)