Sovereign Debt is being considered for an outing in either York or Turkey, trainer Ruth Carr revealed.
Sovereign Debt, who moved to Carr this season from the late Dandy Nicholls, has been in sensational form, racking up three consecutive victories at Lingfield, Sandown Park and Epsom.
The eight-year-old finished a disappointing fifth in the Summer Mile at Ascot last month but there have been enough positives from previous races to suggest a big win is just around the corner.
Carr has now confirmed she is considering the options for the grey gelding and there is potential for her charge to head abroad.
"He's in great form and we've a few options coming up for him," said the Stillington-based trainer. "There are two races at York, the Strensall Stakes over a mile on the Saturday and the seven-furlong race on the Friday (City of York Stakes), which is actually worth a lot more money.
"We've also given him an entry in Turkey. It's a Group Two over a mile (Topkapi Trophy) and it's worth proper money.
"If he goes there, that will probably mean we'll miss York, so we'll see."
Article Posted on Thursday 10th August 2017 @ 11.50
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