Trainer Ken Condon has no concerns over Celtic Beauty's quality despite disappointing performances at Newmarket and York.
Condon's two-year-old came in second in the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot in June but followed that up by finishing last in a field of seven in the Group Two Duchess of Cambridge Stakes.
Celtic Beauty managed a win at Naas but failed to sparkle in the Lowther at York in August as she came in seventh.
The next target is likely to be a return to Newmarket for the Juddmonte Cheveley Park Stakes this month and Condon remains in optimistic mood.
"I think we'll probably go for the Cheveley Park," said Condon, as reported by Sky Sports. "She'll be an outsider there and she's entitled to be but if the ground came up good or good to soft then we'd let her take her chance.
"We've still got a lot of faith in this filly and if conditions are right at Newmarket, I think she'd run with credit."
Article Posted on Monday 9th September 2019 @ 17.49
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