Richard Fahey's star juvenile Fev Rover is being eyed at stepping up to Group One company for next outing with plenty of potential races in the offing for the youngster.
The two-year-old is currently being shaped to take part in either the bet365 Fillies’ Mile at Newmarket or the Prix Marcel Boussac at ParisLongchamp.
The filly has been a shining light for the yard racing four times so far this term and not finishing outside the top two on all of her runs, including winning her last two events.
Having finished behind the Likeable Method at Doncaster and then second behind the Group Two winning Dandalla, the juvenile has backed those runs up with two wins at Sandown in Listed company and Deauville in the Group Two Prix du Calvados.
She is owned by a syndicate and the manager for that ownership is Nick Bradley who is very much hoping that the youngster can continue on her upward curve.
(Credit ATR) He said:“She’ll either run in the Fillies’ Mile or the Prix Marcel Boussac, I’m not quite sure which yet.
“She’ll be kept in both races, and a decision will be made pretty late, probably the first couple of days in October.”
Ground conditions may play their part but she has shown she can perform well on both quick and sift ground during her career so far
Bradley added: “Going-wise, she wants good ground – it’s just a case of choosing the best race for her.
“In terms of opposition, she’s in great form, so we’ll just let them have a go.”