Albasheer has a "few options" on the table at Doncaster's St Leger meeting, according to trainer Owen Burrows.
The two-year-old made a winning start to his career in the British Stallion Studs EBF Novice Stakes at Doncaster last month, beating Alablaq by six-and-a-half-lengths.
Burrows achieved his first successes at Royal Ascot and Glorious Goodwood over the past few months and is hoping to continue that winning trend at Doncaster in September.
The Lambourn trainer was over the moon with Albasheer's maiden outing and feels a return to the south Yorkshire venue can bring about further glory.
"He's very exciting – a proper horse with a proper pedigree," said Burrows.
"He worked well at home but I didn't expect him to be quite as impressive as he was. Sheikh Hamdan rang me that evening and told me to treat him like a good horse.
"He's had an easy week since Doncaster and we'll look to go back there for something at the St Leger meeting. There are a few options, the Champagne, a Listed race and a conditions race over seven furlongs."
Article Posted on Monday 3rd August 2020 @ 14.10
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