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A close-up fourth on his latest attempt over jumps at Huntingdon in December, Doc Ryan's should strip fitter than local rival Agiotage, and is fancied to come home in front.
Without being posed too many questions, he burst 12 lengths clear of Agiotage in an awesome display.
Today is a big day, with his first mounts for Cecil at the Surrey track aboard Agiotage and England's Rose, the filly named after Princess Diana.
Alan Cooper, racing manager to Enrique's owners the Niarchos Family, watched keenly as Agiotage (Tony McGlone) led the work until the five- furlong marker.
Of course something classy at the top of the handicap like Agiotage or the Dante entry Moutahddee could improve past her, but they are a quarter of the price.
Other Warren Place horses out at exercise included Enemy Action (Darryll Holland), who showed a clean pair of heels to Wince (Lowe) and Agiotage (Jimmy Quinn).
Ed Dunlop's Doyoun colt ran three times last year and, on his last start at Redcar, finished seventh in what could turn out to be quite a decent maiden won by Henry Cecil's Agiotage.
Racing manager Alan Cooper watched keenly on Saturday as the son of Barathea showed plenty of dash under Willie Ryan in the company of Agiotage (Frank Conlon) and the four-year-old Bold Fact.
The day started well for the champion, who rides in the Breeders' Cup on Saturday, when Agiotage ran out a four-length winner of the European Breeders Fund Birch Maiden Stakes to take him onto 199 and trainer Henry Cecil onto 99.
AGIOTAGE can bounce back from his poor showing at Newmarket by landing the European Breeders Fund Birch Maiden Stakes (1.