Olympic chasing Curragh glory
Hypervenom turf he was drawn in the cheap seats and could never get competitive, but at least he came back without having had a hard race, so we have decided to take him to Ireland, where the stiff mile should suit him well.
Olympic Glory will be joined in Ireland by stablemate by Van Der Neer, who stayed on in taking fashion to be third hypervenom turf behind Dawn Approach at Newmarket.
The Curragh TMs uphill finish should also play to the strengths of Van Der soccer cleats online Neer, who was staying on better than anything when third to Dawn Approach in our Guineas, said Hannon.
We walked off the stand at Newmarket thinking Van Der Neer might have earned himself a shot at the Derby, but the colts owner, Saeed Manana, is keen to hypervenom turf go to Ireland instead, which is fine by us, especially as Richard Hughes made the point that he had not handled the bend too well when winning at Lingfield last month.
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