Jeremy Scott has been bowled over by the response to Dashel Drasher’s success within the Betfair Ascot Chase on Saturday.
In offering Scott with a primary Grade One victory since Melodic Rendezvous within the 2013 Tolworth Hurdle, the eight-year-old continued his steep upward curve, profitable his third race in succession – all at Ascot.
Whether or not he runs once more this season, although, has nonetheless to be determined, with Scott contemplating the Ryanair Chase at Cheltenham and the Bowl at Aintree.
“He is come out of the race rather well,” mentioned Scott.
“Initially I wasn’t that eager to run him once more as he is had three arduous races all in a row.
“We’ll have a look at Cheltenham, however I believe that is unlikely, presumably Aintree, however it’s very a lot a case of we’ll see how he goes.
“It is very thrilling, however once I regarded by way of there are actually only a few choices. There’s the potential of Aintree, however he’d in all probability should step as much as three miles there. Clearly there’s the two-and-a-half-mile race, however on probably faster floor and a tighter monitor it could possibly be too sharp for him.
“It’s going to all very a lot depend upon the bottom, I would not wish to be working him on fastish floor.
Wanting again on the weekend, the Somerset-based coach mentioned: “To a degree I believe we had been fortunate that we ended up in a race with one who was rated immeasurably greater (Cyrname) than the remainder of us who had been all rated fairly related.
“The response has been completely excellent. Individuals love horses like him who all the time pull a bit extra out of the bag. They actually latch on them, it is pretty.”