Native to go to Doncaster
Veteran sprinter Kingsgate Native could make a quick reappearance in the Scarbrough Stakes at Doncaster's St Leger meeting next Wednesday.
Kingsgate Native could run in the Scarborough Stakes
After retirement plans were put on hold with victory in a conditions race at Nottingham, the Robert Cowell-trained 11-year-old failed to kick on last Saturday when he finished down the field in the Beverley Bullet.
Chris Richardson, racing manager to owners Cheveley Park Stud, said: "I think the Beverley Bullet was a non-race for Kingsgate Native.
"He is a horse that needs to be buried. He saw too much daylight and run his race before he even got into it. You can draw a line through that effort.
"There are a couple of options at Doncaster (Scarbrough Stakes) and at Newbury (World Trophy).
"If the grounds stays reasonable he will run in one of those.
"He's the sort of horse that when he is in good form and enjoying it, you don't want him to turn out in a paddock."
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