Gosden’s colt has been on the sidelines since finishing well beaten in the Juddmonte International at York last August but he could make his reappearance at Sandown
JOHN GOSDEN’s Wings Of Desire is back in training and could return to the track as early as next month.
Gosden’s colt has been sidelined since finishing well down the field in the Juddmonte International at York last August.
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Hugo Lascelles, racing manager for his owner Lady Bamford, said: “Wings Of Desire is back in training and is going along fine, but there isn’t really anything for him until mid-May.
“We might look at the Brigadier Gerard at Sandown – that has been mooted – but there are definitely no concrete plans just yet.”
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Wings Of Desire won the Dante at York last season and subsequently finished fourth in the Epsom Derby.
He then took on older horses in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot and was only beaten a length and a quarter into second place by Highland Reel.