Keatley outlines Ascot plan for G Force
G Force could make a swift return to action at Ascot on Saturday week following an excellent effort in defeat in the Ayr Gold Cup.
G Force (far left) chases home Brando at Ayr
Winner of the Sprint Cup at Haydock in 2014 for David O'Meara, the five-year-old joined Irish trainer Adrian Keatley earlier this year and was well supported for his big-race assignment in Scotland.
While he came up a little short, G Force ran his best race of the season so far to finish fourth.
The John Guest Bengough Stakes on October 1 could be his next port of call.
Keatley said: "He's come out of it well and we were delighted with him.
"He just got going a bit late in proceedings. The winner was to his left and he veered to the right. It's a fine line in those big sprints.
"He still ran a very good race and he's going in the right direction, which is the main thing.
"We'll see how he is, but we might take him to Ascot on October 1 for a Group Three."
NAP of the Day
|Date||Silk||Selection||Time / Course||Price|
|£10 Win Single Pays £45.00 with Bet365|
|18/08/2017||Pacific Salt||18:50 Newmarket|