Gosden’s four-year-old missed her intended run at York with the ground being on the soft side, but she could be back in the Brigadier Gerard Stakes on Thursday
YORK absentee So Mi Dar could make her reappearance in the Brigadier Gerard Stakes at Sandown on Thursday.
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John Gosden’s filly missed her intended run in the Middleton Stakes with the ground being softer than connections would have liked.
Gosden said: “The back straight at York was perfect but the home straight was very testing and I didn’t want to run her first time back on ground like that.
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“She will either head towards the Brigadier Gerard Stakes or the Festival Stakes and take on the colts.
“She will be entered in both and we will make a decision nearer the time.”