Temple for Quiet Reflection

Quiet Reflection could return in the Temple Stakes (Dan Abraham-racingfotos.com)

Quiet Reflection could start the new campaign by running in the Temple Stakes at Haydock on May 27.

Connections are considering the five-furlong Group Two contest for the dual Group One-winning sprinter as the long-term objective is the Nunthorpe Stakes over the minimum trip at York in August.

The Karl Burke-trained four-year-old has already proved herself at the top level over six furlongs.

"I was up at the yard last week. She looks like a proper racecourse now. She's strengthened up. Physically she looks stronger and we're really excited about this year," said Simon Bridge, director of owning syndicate Ontoawinner.

"We'll probably go for the Duke of York or the Temple.

"The Temple is just edging it right now because we quite fancy a crack at the Nunthorpe.

"We'll try the five and see how it goes.

"Karl's very happy with her."

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