Reach The Bid is Place to make a quick reappearance from the Dubai International Airport World Trophy after a luckless run at the Curragh.
Trainer Darren Bunyan has set a line through the performance at the Group One Flying Five Stakes on Sunday, when he had been beaten at less than four spans of his stable star – and also reports the five-year-old prepared to move only six days after.
The County Kildare handler has given Reach The Bid an entry in Saturday’s Group Three dashboard in Newbury and has verified the goal is to operate.
“He came out of the race perfect,” said Bunyan.
“It was only one of those days to draw a lineup. Nothing worked out for him but we’ve had worse days than that.
“He was not beaten too far to get a horse that had nothing go his way about the day.”
Hit The Bid has already proved he can operate when kept busy.
“There is no problem with the horse running quickly,” additional Bunyan.
“He came from the Abbaye last year and won the Group Three Mercury Stakes (in Dundalk) not long after.
“We are still making plans, and it looks like he’ll visit Newbury this Saturday now.
“The floor is in his favour there. The current weather forecast is good for your week, and he’s 100 percent after the race.
“If all goes well on Saturday we will stick him at the Abbaye.”
The Blue Uluru of ger Lyons is still a 2nd potential – while others at an entry comprise Beverley Bullet scorer Judicial, last week, current York Listed victor Dakota Gold and Equilateral, that shot the most Scarbrough Stakes at Doncaster.
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