Bay Bridge is about to return to the racecourse
Sir Michael Stoute will continue to weigh his options for Bay Bridge as the foal is about to return to service.
From the first litter of ponies bred by club winner Prix du Jockey New Bay, he’s notched five straight wins taking out Brigadier General Gerard Stakes of Group Three at Sandown in his seasonal debut in the May.
He was then beaten to a length by the State Of Rest when going head-to-head in Prince of Wales’s One-Stake Group at Royal Ascot and didn’t have much room at the crucial stage as he finished fourth behind Vadeni in Coral-Eclipse when he was placed fourth behind Vadeni in the Coral-Eclipse. Last seen in early July. .
The four-year-old, owned by James Wigan, partnered with Ballylinch Stud, has been rested ever since and holds Group One entries in the Irish Championship, Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe and Champion Stocks. enemy.
The first of those potential targets, on his regular 10-time trip, took place in Curragh on September 10.
We just need to get him into the business quickly – he seems very close to it now. So we will tune him and then make a decision.
However, Stoute said he is still weighing options.
“We haven’t determined a plan yet, but he’s back very busy right now,” said the Derby-winning pitcher.
“We just need to get him into the job quickly – he seems very close to it now. So we will adjust him and then make a decision.”
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