James Tate is reportedly deciding between races at Deauville and Sandown early next month as any of which can be an exciting prospect for Far Above.
The options for Far Above, who only kicked off with three starts in April, May, and June, are long with the Group Three Coral Charge to be held at the Esher track come July 6, and a Listed race in France just a day later.
On an interview, Tate said that the colt will either go to the Coral Charge at Sandown on Saturday week or even for a Listed race to be held at Deauville on the following day.
He also included that he is minding him for next year, which is why he allowed the horse to have nice gaps between his various races.
If by any chance Far Above turns up at the Sandown, there is a big possibility that the Henry Candy-trained Kurious who was seen striking over the course and distance this month, will be one of his rivals.
The racing manager of Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds, Sam Hoskins said:
“The Hot To Trot-owned filly won the Scurry Stakes and she might go to the Corral Charge in a couple of weeks.”
Meanwhile, Tate mentioned on reports that Hey Gaman is in its prime condition after it’s very latest success during the Group Three Prix du Palais-Royal held at ParisLongchamp and it seems like he is going back on track the following month.
The Newmarket trainer also reiterated that the horse is in perfect nick.
Thus, he concluded the interview by saying:
“He’s got a choice between a Group Two at the Curragh (the Ministrel Stakes) on July 20 or alternatively the Lennox Stakes at Glorious Goodwood 10 days later.