Laytown Wed, 11th Sep, 2019
Sir Ottoman said Malune. I rode both of them back home in England and they did quite well up the gallop which is a similar surface, a fast track. He said to me that they both should have a very good chance. I came up, walked the track this morning and I've enjoyed it. He ran up and down in the straight, when he was in the ridge he came off the bridle with me. He's the kind of horse that you have to let him stride on, you can't take him back or send him forward, you let him do his thing. He was on top from two out and he hosed up really.