Twin Traditional-winning filly Love seems to be set to make her seasonal return within the Prince of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot.
Aidan O’Brien had been hoping to start out her four-year-old marketing campaign within the Tattersalls Gold Cup, however in the end elected to not run the daughter of Galileo on the Curragh.
The Group One function on day of the Royal assembly has now been pencilled in, the place the 1000 Guineas and Oaks winner from final yr could possibly be joined by Armory, who created a sensible impression in profitable the Huxley Stakes at Chester earlier this month.
The latter ended his 2020 marketing campaign with a high-quality second to former stablemate Sir Dragonet within the Cox Plate in October.
O’Brien mentioned: “I needed to run Love this weekend, however I could not run her on that floor.
“She is going to most likely find yourself going to the Prince of Wales’s and will go there with Armory.”
O’Brien nonetheless went shut within the Tattersalls Gold Cup, with Broome taking place by a brief head to Helvic Dream.
He’s now set to step up in journey, with O’Brien including: “Broome ran an amazing race and can most likely go as much as a mile and a half. There’s the Coronation Cup or the Hardwicke at Royal Ascot – one or the opposite, I might think about.”