Final Song, Queen Mary third runner up, is about to step up for her next start, however – where the place will be is still undecided.
Saeed bin Suroor is torn between launching the filly in the Albany Stakes through the six furlongs, despite being stuck to the minimum distance in the Royal meeting.
She landed third place behind Raffle Prize which suggested than an extra furlong would work amazing within her reach.
Final Song has the record of holding Group One engagements for the Phoenix Stakes, National Stakes, and the Moyglare which are all found in Ireland.
On an interview, Bin Suroor mentioned that they do not have any plans at the moment. They are pleased with the horse at Ascot for it emerged really well.
They disclosed the plan of stepping the filly’s trip up because she is healthy, happy, and fresh, and that she requires to move forward even further.
“She’s a nice filly. I like the way she finished her race and she looks like she’s going to be a nice filly for the future.”
They have placed the horse in a few races just for them to test. They are excited about working next time prior to deciding where she heads soon.
On its last public appearance, Bin Suroor’s Royal Meeting was last spotted defeating Guineas champion Hermosa in France, however, it has not been in action this season yet which is why spectators moot for a comeback at the end of the month.
Royal Meeting is scheduled to go back in training and they hope for it to run by the end of August. They are eyeing for the season’s second half according to Bin Suroor.
The colt is doing good now and he is seen as the horse of the future so they look at Group races for him.
To conclude the interview, the trainer wrapped up by saying: “We’ll probably take him out to Dubai. It’s frustrating we haven’t been able to run him, it only seems to happen to the good horses.”