Intimation team considering options following unlucky Curragh run

Wed 30 Aug 2017

Intimation could embark on a return trip to Ireland in search of compensation for her unlucky defeat at the Curragh on Sunday.

The Sir Michael Stoute-trained five-year-old could not find a clear passage late on in a Group Three at the Kildare track, but finished a staying-on second, beaten just half a length by Rain Goddess. 

Connections are now weighing up various options options over a mile and a mile and a quarter for the daughter of Dubawi.

Chris Richardson, racing manager to owners Cheveley Park Stud, said: "She was unlucky at the Curragh as she could not quite get out and got caught short of room.

"She has entries in the Matron and the Blandford and she has got the Sun Chariot as another option later in the year, but we have a few fillies in that so it will be a bit of a juggling act.

"She is in a good place and it definitely looks like she is improving. She will have her moment."

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