Andre Fabre claims inexperience and soft ground could hamper Savarin and Victor Ludorum at ParisLongchamp on Sunday.
Savarin made an impressive start when securing a winning debut at Deauville in August, before winning a Group Three outing at ParisLongchamp a month ago.
The two-year-old will now look to make the step-up and win Sunday's Prix Marcel Boussac at the same venue.
Fellow two-year-old Victor Ludorum also looks like a strong prospect Godolphin after a debut win at ParisLongchamp on September 1 was followed up with victory at Chantilly a fortnight later.
He will feature in the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere and, while Fabre has high hopes for both of his youngsters, he is not putting too much pressure on them to come away with a win.
"They are both nice horses in the making, but they both lack for a bit of experience," said Fabre.
"Also, I'm not sure if soft ground will suit either of them, that could be a problem as they are unproven on it.
"Savarin is by Deep Impact, so you wouldn't expect her to appreciate it very soft.
"Victor Ludorum did not make his debut until September, he's still quite green so that fact and the ground could cause him problems."
Article Posted on Saturday 5th October 2019 @ 12.35
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