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Quorto Longines Irish Champions Weekend
Charlie Appleby intends to give the unbeaten Quorto his
first start over a mile in the Qipco 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket. The Newmarket
trainer plans to send the Godolphin-owned son of Dubawi straight to the opening
colts’ Classic on May 4 on his return from a winter break in Dubai.
After winning his first two starts, Quorto maintained his
perfect record when signing off for the season with a Group 1 victory in the
Goffs Vincent O’Brien National Stakes on the second day of Longines Irish
Champions Weekend at the Curragh in September. It was Appleby’s first success
at the top level in Ireland and his fourth winner in all on this side of the
Appleby said: “Quorto has been wintering away well and doing
what is being asked of him. Everything is going in the right direction. The
intention is to go straight to the Guineas. From two to three he has done well
and has done what you would hope to see.”
Quorto will remain in Dubai until much nearer the start of
his three-year-old campaign.
Appleby added: “He has done well cantering away – there have
been no serious questions asked of him at this stage, but he is pleasing me in
what he is doing. There is no set time for him to come back yet, but it will be
just before the Guineas.”
has done well cantering away – there have been no serious questions asked of
him at this stage, but he is pleasing me in what he is doing. There is no set
time for him to come back yet, but it will be just before the Guineas.”
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