Aiden O'Brien has said that Tango is set to run in next month's juvenile fillies' race at the Breeders' Cup after her Curragh win.
The two-year-old claimed the second victory from her eight-race career to date as she secured a six-length win in Sunday's six-furlong Irish Stallion Farms EBF Legacy Stakes under the guidance of Donnacha O'Brien.
It was an improved display on Tango's fourth place in the Group One Cheveley Park Stakes on September 28 and left O'Brien pondering a trip to Santa Anita for the Breeders' Cup meeting on November 1.
He said: "She's a smart filly and Donnacha thinks she's getting better. He said she was very sweet and she'll get further. If she gets seven then she could get a mile next year.
"She has experience and could go for the (juvenile) fillies' race at the Breeders' Cup. I always liked her, but she was probably a bit babyish for a while. She galloped right out to the line."
Article Posted on Monday 14th October 2019 @ 07.48
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