If Saffron Seashore runs once more this season it’s more likely to be within the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes on Qipco British Champions Day.
Jane Chapple-Hyam is to fulfill with the homeowners of the spectacular Solar Chariot winner this week to determine whether or not or to not “roll the cube”.
Whether or not she does or not, Chapple-Hyam is secure within the information that the gifted filly will return to coaching subsequent season.
“She got here out of the race unbelievable, she’s eaten up, she misplaced six kilos and he or she’s in good order – I am very happy,” mentioned the Newmarket handler, who was celebrating her first Group One win.
“I believe the homeowners want to roll the cube as soon as extra and I am having a gathering with the homeowners when we now have somewhat celebration.
“She’s a troublesome filly, to have been on the go within the first weeks of the season to then win a Group One in October – it tells you a large number about her structure.
“I am fortunate that she stays in coaching subsequent yr and if there’s another run this yr we’ll see what we provide you with. I am unable to see it being overseas, so the one actual choice is the QEII.
“Subsequent yr we’d take a look at 10 furlongs, the homeowners may let me have a go, however she completely loves that Rowley Mile so long run she is going to most likely begin again within the Dahlia Stakes on the Guineas assembly.
“I have been getting a little bit of ribbing from the opposite trainers now I’ve lastly received a Group One. It is taken me 14 years so I do not thoughts it!”