Addeybb apt to run for the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown come July 6 if the ground is soft enough for its advantage.
The five-year-old became first triumphant with its race for over a year as it comfortably landed the Wolferton Stakes during the Royal Ascot the previous week.
It is indeed a horse of real promise as it emerged victorious in the Lincoln and bet365 Mile at Sandown early last season, the experience from that summer’s heatwave contributed a lot to the bet’s progress.
The colt landed fourth on his come back in the Huxley Stakes at Chester in which he attained a major leap forward defeating Magic Wand in just two and a half lengths that could easily be doubled if Danny Tudhope only wished so.
The horse was left in the Dubai Duty Free Full Of Surprises International Stakes held at the Curragh on Saturday but an immediate reappearance is unlikely to happen, that is for sure.
Trainer William Haggas will surely pray for the wet spell to go along on the coming days.
On an interview, Haggas mentioned that the horse loved the ground at Ascot and that it will continue to shoot for the stars should he get his ground on the race which is the ticket for the Eclipse.
“If he gets his ground he could be quite dangerous in a race like that.”
The coach also concluded that they have already got the horse into various places and it lies on the ground to determine if he will be out next week, or not.