#sports activities Trainer Fahey backing The Platinum Queen to strike gold on soft ground at Doncaster
‘She is in nice kind and I’m very comfortable together with her’: Trainer Richard Fahey backing speedball filly The Platinum Queen to strike gold on soft ground within the Flying Childers Stakes
- The Platinum Queen set to face seven opponents at Doncaster on Sunday
- Oisin Orr’s electrical mount has solely ever raced on good to agency going
- The ground on Doncaster’s Town Moor is presently good to soft
Trainer Richard Fahey is backing The Platinum Queen to deal with the softest ground she has ever encountered when the speedball filly strains up in tomorrow’s Flying Childers Stakes.
Oisin Orr’s mount has solely ever raced on good to agency going which has allowed her to present her electrical tempo, profitable at Glorious Goodwood in an distinctive time earlier than blazing a path within the Group One Nunthorpe Stakes at York towards older opponents, when she beat all however the in-form filly Highfield Princess.
The ground on Doncaster’s Town Moor is presently good to soft however there are thundery showers within the forecast which Fahey described as ‘hit and miss’.
The Platinum Queen blazed a path within the Group One Nunthorpe Stakes at York
The Malton-based coach mentioned: ‘I wouldn’t say I’m fearful in regards to the ground however she has by no means run on soft and I might not need it to get too heavy. She is in nice kind and I’m very comfortable together with her. We had been delighted together with her within the Nunthorpe and she or he was crushed by a filly who’s in unbeatable kind at the minute.’
The Platinum Queen faces seven opponents which embody the Richard Hannon-trained Trillium, who was a formidable winner of the Molecomb Stakes at Glorious Goodwood on his earlier begin.
The Platinum Queen is owned by Middleham Park Racing and their gentle blue silks might also be carried in the identical race by the Keith Dalgleish-trained Prince Of Pillo, unbeaten in his final two outings. However, if an excessive amount of rain arrives for Pat Dobbs’s mount, he could possibly be pulled out to run at Ayr subsequent week.