Ger Lyons believes the choice this month to adhere at Newmarket will be the perfect one because of his unbeaten colt.
Lyons confessed the Goffs Vincent O’Brien National Stakes was something but decided to stick to his guns at the view that the six furlongs is the best distance for Siskin race.
The Middle Park gives the chance to shoot his 100 per cent record and also follow his Group One victory in the Keeneland Phoenix Stakes up to Siskin.
“It was my telephone,” the County Meath handler told journaling TV.
“He did a breeze over seven – he’s run four times and won four occasions around six, such as a Group One, and so for me he’s definitely the top over six in the moment.
“I said to Colin (Keane), I think it was a week past Saturday, we would breeze him over seven. It was clear to me going seven wasn’t the ideal thing to do, although he worked nicely. Why go past six at this moment when he’s definitely the best at six.
“If there was not the Middle Park in 2 weeks’ time I’d have turned up (from the National Stakes). We were not running scared of anybody. There’s an option in 2 weeks’ time plus it’s a Group One.
“I must put my horse where he could win his race.
“I’m not saying that he could not have won (the National Stakes). My target was that the Middle Park.
“I’d really like to run in the Vincent O’Brien (National Stakes). It’s here on my door step, however the optimum target is if we breezed him said and the Middle Park,’right my mind is composed’.
“I made one phone call to say in my view this horse should go for the Middle Park. ‘Proper – amazing, perfect, superior fortune’. I thought that was simple.
“As we talk we’re on target for the Middle Park. It is a long way, a fortnight is a long time for a racehorse, however, touch wood that this horse hasn’t let us down and I’m awaiting Newmarket.”
Lyons is at taking at Newmarket, headed by the impressive Mums Tipple on powerful opposition excited.
“He is rated higher than minebut we’ve got a Group One in the bag and bring it on,” he said.

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