The John Gosden-trained Vincent’s Forever (2c Pour Moi-Glen Rosie, by Mujtahid) was another first-time out winner for Pour Moi on Tuesday when landing a seven-furlong maiden at Leicester.
Frankie Dettori steered the Newsells Park Stud-bred colt to an easy victory and he looks destined to be even better next season.
“Vincent’s Forever … ran green, getting outpaced at halfway, but then ran on strongly to assert inside the last. There should be a lot more to come from him at three,” commented the Racing Post.
The 2016 Derby entry, an 85,000 euros yearling, was winning two days after Pour Moi filly Elusive Million (2f Pour Moi-Million Spirits, by Invincible Spirit) made a winning debut in France for trainer Jean-Claude Rouget.