Probably a class act
David Wachman is looking forward to stepping his Railway Stakes winner Probably up in class in the autumn but only when the rain relents.
Last Updated: 03/07/12 12:07pm
Probably will be targeted at the top juvenile prizes later in the season following his Group Two victory at the Curragh on Saturday.
Trainer David Wachman is eyeing the best Group One races for the son of Danehill Dancer, who was a good winner of the Railway Stakes from Royal Ascot third Cristoforo Colombo.
"He's perfect, not a bother on him. He's a grand colt, but we just want it to stop raining or else there will be no racing," said the County Tipperary handler.
"He's in all the big races in the autumn and we'll see how he is between now and then.
"He'll have to run somewhere in July and August before those Group Ones. We'll just have to play it by ear.
"We'll be looking at races over seven furlongs and we'll try him at a mile in time."