Sandown bumper aim for Woolstone One
Last Updated: 22/01/16 9:45am
A Listed bumper at Sandown on Imperial Cup day is the aim for the impressive Woolstone One.
Harry Whittington's four-year-old was a winner at Newbury in December and followed up at Wetherby under a penalty.
Whatever happens, though, Whittington will not be tempted to throw her into the white-hot Cheltenham Bumper.
"She's very talented, it all comes very easily to her," said Whittington.
"I'm not sure what she beat, but she couldn't have been more impressive and never came out of second and third gear.
"When they show you plenty at home, the worry always is if they are going to do it on the track, but she's reproducing it.
"She'll probably go to Sandown for a Listed bumper, but there's no way she'd go to Cheltenham - it's hard enough for geldings, never mind four-year-old fillies.
"I can't see two miles being a problem - she was very relaxed at Wetherby - and she has a huge amount of speed with a staying pedigree."
Woolstone One is owned by Paul Jacobs, who also owns the top-class sprinter Limato.