Richard Spencer will exert efforts to snatch a maiden with Albany Stakes fourth Alabama Whitman prior to stepping her back in the class.
Ivawood’s daughter ended up second on its Windsor debut but it took a huge step forward as it kept strong after Daahyeh during the Royal Ascot the previous week.
With everything, Spencer is most likely to consider going up the Newmarket’s Sweet Solera Stakes trip.
The Newmarket trainer said that the filly has come out of the race just fine but they would still have to see how she will be next week. Hence, they mentioned that they will go for a maiden somewhere and then go for the Sweet Solera on August 10. For them, it was a good but expected race from the horse.
Hence, he commented:
“She’s in the sales race later in the season, but it would be nice to get a maiden win under her belt – and then go for a black-type race.”
The trainer mentioned that the Sweet Solera seems to be sensible because stepping up to seven furlongs look perfect. But she’s flexible for over a six or seven and the ground does not worry them so much.
Rumble Inthejungle, Spencer’s Molecomb champion last year, launched its seasonal reappearance during the Commonwealth Cup; however, it concluded last from the nine runners included in the game as he was set to drop back to five furlongs.
He admitted that it was a bit gassy and fresh so that run has knocked out the freshness out of the horse.
Hence, he wrapped up by saying:
“He’s entered in the Nunthorpe and he’ll be entered at Goodwood (King George Stakes). I think dropping back to five is what he wants.”