Great result at Haydock for Tom Dascombe

Amazing Scot led his rivals a merry dance in the Bet In Play About Your Betfair Exchange Superior Mile.

Victorious at the Ascendant Stakes over the card 12 weeks the inmate of Tom Dascombe has been tremendously tried since – functioning in the Vertem Futurity Trophy at Doncaster, the Stakes at Newbury and the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket.
Having failed to run up to expectations about his next few appearances, a gelding operation was determined by by connections and a better performance to finish a in last month Stakes was a step in the perfect direction.
The three-year-old has been a chance because of his most recent Group Three mission and was soon bowling along at the head of events.
Dascombe’s fee could be called the winner a long way out and handed the article with nearly four lengths before hand, although to Great Scot, Matterhorn got closest with 11-4 favorite Sharja Bridge failing to pick up from outside the back of the area.
Kingscote and dascombe claimed their fourth winner.
“We have had an up and down time with this horse. He started off really great, but almost hit a flat spot and he was just running overly excited,” said the coach.
“We chose to do two things geld him and create the running. He ran extremely well at Salisbury and now he’s bolted in.
“When all goes right and then the wheels drop off, it’s difficult, but at least now we’re back in the ideal direction”
Wonderful Scot could be on his journeys next year.
Dascombe included:”The owners are away on holiday right now and I have not talked to them, but we are thinking about Dubai.
“Now he’s a gelding, he is a prize-money horse, along with the prize money would be in Dubai and areas like that.
“As long as we head the horse, then we need to have him for a few years and you can’t where he might wind up.
“He has never lost his ability. What exactly is it they say – type is temporary, class is permanent”

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