One of this seasons leading sprinters Advertise for trainer Martyn Meade will be back on track at Ascot on British Champions Day with a dirty scope stopping him from competing in the Haydock Sprint Cup.
The three year old who has won three Group Ones in his career picking up the Phoenix Stakes at the Curragh as a two year old and then this season winning the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot and then on his latest run over in France landing the Prix Maurice de Gheest.
Meade is happy with his superstar and is looking forward to seeing back on track for one final time before the end of the season with a decision needed to be made whether to keep him in racing or send him to stud.
(Credit At The Races) The trainer said: “He’s on target for Ascot on Champions Day.
“Hopefully we’ll wrap him up in cotton wool for that and everything all goes to plan. At the moment it’s all on track.
“The ground is going to go soft for him and whilst he has won on good to firm, I think he could be a very good horse on soft ground or certainly ground with ease in it.
“I think we might see a good performance from him, fingers crossed.”