The choices stay open for Richard Hughes Glowing magnificence after successful Goodwood success.
The Amo Racing-owned filly was an attention grabbing winner on her debut at Newbury in June and was then ejected from the 7-2 favourite underneath Rossa Ryan for the Tatler EBF Maiden Fillies’ Stakes.
At all times outstanding on the seven-stage journey, Bay regarded assured on what was solely his second profession begin and led from the two-stage pole to cross the end line three and a half lengths forward of his closest rival.
Hughes made an entry for the Moyglare Stud Stakes on the Curragh, a seven-stage Group One race in September, however the race just isn’t a certainty for Oasis Dream’s daughter and the connections have but to resolve the place she is going to go subsequent.
“She’s in nice form, she got here out of the race very effectively and she or he’s having a bit simpler second in the intervening time. I used to be blissful together with her, ”Hughes stated.
“She’s a galloper, has a great tempo and gallops, so she was nice at Goodwood.
“We might go for the Moyglare, however there are not any flooring set in stone but.”
A significant goal for the shipyard within the coming weeks is the Ebor in York on August 20, which is slated for Calling the wind – terrain allowing.
The six-year-old has a really good type, ending third at Royal Ascot and most just lately occupying the identical place behind Coltrane in Sandown. However Hughes hopes the rain will come and depart appropriate circumstances for the Knavesmire.
“That is the plan (the Ebor) and he is heading in the right direction,” he stated.
“(However) we’d like it to rain, if it is okay to agency up then it will not go. He is nice, however he wants smooth floor. “