Richard Hannon is convinced when returning next season, Mums Tipple can leave his below-par attempt at the Middle Park Stakes behind him and continue his progress.
The boy of Footstepsinthesand dropped his unbeaten record after neglecting to follow up his impressive victory in a revenue race in York last month when beating 1 house at Newmarket in the Group One contest.
Even though Mums Tipple – who is as short as 7-1 for the next years Commonwealth Cup – was shown to be lame after the race, the Marlborough handler accounts the talented two-year-old to be fine.
He said:Mums Tipple never conducted his race in the Middle Park, since hes a kick at the gate.
He has had X-rays on the legbut hes fine. Hes completed for the entire year.
We can get him ready today for next year and try to achieve what we believe hes capable of. That conquer will have made a man of him.
An outing in the 2000 Guineas remains on which had been his final start of the season on the schedule for Threat, that finished two places before his stablemate in the six-furlong contest.
Hannon added:I think we will likely return up to seven furlongs and proceed for a Guineas trial of some description. The Guineas remains on the schedule.
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