Trainer Alan King has revealed his plans are to see Trueshan feature in the Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup at Ascot.
After a respectable outing in the Ebor at York, Trueshan was back to his best with a fine win last time out at Salisbury and now a step up in class is on the cards for the four-year-old.
With the Champions Long Distance Cup on October 18 now in his sights, Barbury Castle trainer King feels Trueshan is looking in good shape ahead of an assault on Ascot.
"All being well, the plan is to go to Ascot on Champions Day for the Long Distance Cup," King said.
"He came out of the race very well and he had an easy week or so before we start building him back up for Ascot.
"He ran very well in the Ebor - and it was a good, solid performance at Salisbury to give everything bar Withhold seven pounds."
Article Posted on Wednesday 23rd September 2020 @ 13.43
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