De Bromhead undecided on plan for Europe
Sizing Europe in action
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The Co Waterford trainer is convinced his 2011 Queen Mother Champion Chase hero stays a lot further than two miles these days and is considering races at various distances.
The 10-year-old holds entries in the William Hill King George VI Chase at Kempton on St Stephen's Day, the Paddy Power Dial-A-Bet Chase at Leopardstown on December 27th and the Lexus Chase there the following day.
The King George and the Lexus are over three miles while the Dial A Bet is over two miles and one furlong.
Sizing Europe has been in winning form already this season, chalking up victories over two and a half miles at Gowran Park and Clonmel.
"He's in super form. He was brilliant the other day and he's looking much more like a staying type of horse this year," De Bromhead told At The Races.
"We haven't decided yet. We have three options - the King George, the Lexus and the Dial-A-Bet Chase at Leopardstown.
"I think he has already proved he gets further. He was second to Kauto Star and he was all-out on very heavy ground last year at Down Royal.
"I don't know how anybody can make a case that he is not a three-mile horse."
Trainer Colm Murphy is looking to run Quito De La Roque at either Aintree or Punchestown next weekend.