Longsdon excited about Snow
Snow Leopardess is set to commence her career over jumps at the end of this month after her stylish bumper success at Gowran Park last week.
Charlie Longsdon: Trains Snow Leopardess
A winner on her Doncaster debut in February, the Charlie Longsdon-trained four-year-old then finished fifth at Aintree's Grand National meeting before being given a summer break.
She travelled to Ireland in search of Listed honours on her seasonal reappearance and beat a whole host of previous winners in good style under leading amateur Jamie Codd.
Longsdon said: "She couldn't have done it any more comfortably and I think she's a nice filly.
"The plan now would be to go jumping. There's not much left for her to do in bumpers and she jumps well at home.
"We'll start off low and see how far she can take us. We'll probably start off at the end of October somewhere.
"Hopefully she'll end up at one of the big meetings in the spring.
"I think she's shown she has enough speed for two miles, but she'll want two-and-a-half in time.
"There's no rush with her, she's only four."
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