Ten Sovereigns is place to travel for a shot at the Everest of the next month.
The strategy has been confirmed by coolmore Australia chief Tom Magnier – although stressed the Everest is far from the only alternative down below.
A late absentee from the Betfair Sprint Cup because of earth in Haydock of last weekend, aidan O’Brien’s July Cup winner, has an entry at the British Champions Sprint.
Magnier told Sky Sports Radio in Australia that the three-year-old is going to go into quarantine – but added Coolmore has other possible contenders in your mind for a place in the planet’s richest sprint.
He explained:”The strategy is he is going into re – but we have (Australia-based) Yes Yes Yes running in Sydney this weekend, so we’ll watch and see what occurs there.
“After he won over six furlongs from the July Cup that was hard ground, and that is how he needs it.
“He is entering quarantine, but we still have not locked our slot away ”
Track conditions will likely be key on October 19.
Magnier included:”When Randwick got good floor he would be very aggressive – he’s very fast.
“There’s other races we could look at as well – we would not rule out him operating in something else.
“Aidan does know we have to make a decision sooner rather than later.”
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