A Plus Tard to go left-handed on next start
Has to be determined, with connections eager to go back to a track, where A Plus Tard will operate next.
Founded by Henry de Bromhead, A Plus Tard has been among the most easy winners in the Cheltenham Festival in the Close Brothers Novices’ Handicap home.
As he doesn’t turn six that he seems to have a huge future before himand ran a race when second to Ballyoisin at Navan.
The John Durkan at Punchestown was passed as it’s right-handed, and other choices, like the Many Clouds at Aintree or the Grade Ones in Christmas, aren’t more than his 2 and a half miles that were favoured.
“We’re still looking at several possibilities,” said Chris Richardson of owners Cheveley Park Stud.
“There is the small complication which we appear to believe he’s better on a left handed track.
“That’s making the question of at which much harder to answer, since there aren’t any perfect races because of him going that way round over his excursion.
“It is tricky – we of course wish to find a race on a track that will suit and above the right trip.
“He is still an extremely young horse with a bright future”