Wachman keeps options open for Again
DAVID WACHMAN intends to play it by ear regarding future plans for Sunday's Moyglare Stud Stakes winner Again and will not be too concerned if she does not race again this term.
Again, who is owned by Michael Tabor,notched her third consecutive victory as she held Shimah by half a length as the 6-4 favourite.
She was completing a remarkable week for the young Tipperary trainer, whose colt Bushranger landed the first of two Group 1s for the stable in seven days in the Prix Morny at Deauville.
"We'll just see how things go," said Wachman on Monday.
"She has come out of the race really well and I'm in no rush to make any decisions.
"She is a big scopey filly, a three-year-old in the making and she has doneit all this year, so it doesn't necessarily matter if that's it for the season.
"I will have to have a chat with the owners but we are lucky to have about a month's grace before races like the Fillies' Mile and the Prix Marcel Boussac come along."