His only start was a maiden win, way back in September, but Marhaba Malyoon could reach the Epsom Derby on June 4 if he runs well in Saturday&rsquo;s Group 3 Derby Trial Stakes at Lingfield Park, south of London.\r\n\r\nSupplemented to the Epsom Derby last month for approximately $13,100, Marhaba Malyoon is part of a field of seven in the Derby Trial, which is run over 1 7/16 miles on turf. Last September, Marhaba Malyoon won a maiden race over 1 1/4 miles on turf at Bath, England.\r\n\r\nOwned by Ahmad Al Shaikh, Marhaba Malyoon, by Tiger Hill, thrives at longer distances, trainer David Simcock said. &ldquo;The trip should be no problem at all for him and he may even stay further in time,&rdquo; Simcock said.\r\n\r\nThe Derby Trial lacks a standout. Dordogne won the Feilden Stakes at Newmarket on April 13, but was last of nine as the favorite in the Grade 3 Classic Trial at Sandown Park on April 24. Measuring Time, second in the Classic Trial, seeks his first stakes win at Lingfield.\r\n\r\n*Jockey Mirco Demuro, who won the $10 million Dubai World Cup earlier this year with Victoire Pisa, will ride the 2011 stakes winner Figli Fanesi in Saturday&rsquo;s Group 2 Italian Derby at Capannelle in Rome.\r\n\r\nRun over a mile and three furlongs on a right-handed turf course, the Italian Derby has drawn a field of 13, including Al Rep, an Irish-bred colt by Trade Fair, who won the Group 3 Premio Parioli over a mile at Capannelle on April 17. \r\n\r\nOn the same program last month, Figli Fanesi, an Irish-bred by Tiger Hill, won the Premio Botticelli over 1 5/16 miles, beating Bacchelli and Plushenko, two entrants in the Italian Derby.\r\n\r\nThe first two finishers of two listed stakes run at San Siro in Milan last month are entered &ndash; Cazals and Ekasin from the one-mile Premio Gardone on April 3, and Sneak A Peek and Lake Drop, who were separated by a nose in the Premio Emanuele Filiberto over 1 1/4 miles on April 16.\r\n\r\n*Vadamar, who won his 3-year-old debut in the listed Prix Francois Mathet at Saint-Cloud on April 3, seeks his third consecutive win in the Group 2 Prix Greffulhe over 1 1/4 miles on turf at the same course on Saturday.\r\n\r\nThe Prix Greffulhe is a prep for the French Derby at Chantilly on June 5, although some entrants are also eligible for the English Derby.\r\n\r\nVadamar, a French-bred colt by Dalakhani, races for The Aga Khan and is trained by Alain de Royer-Dupre. The stable will also start a pacemaker for Vadamar in Dildar, who was third in a conditions race at Longchamp last month.\r\n\r\nThe Prix Greffulhe features Bubble Chic, who was second in the Group 1 Criterium de Saint-Cloud last fall, and Maxious, who was third in the Group 3 Prix La Force at Longchamp last month.