Aidan O’Brien is set to pitch Tango into the juvenile fillies’ race at the Breeders’ Cup next month after victory at the Curragh. The two-year-old claimed the second victory from her eight-race career to date as she secured a six-length win in Sunday’s six-furlong Irish Stallion Farms EBF Legacy Stakes under the guidance of Donnacha O’Brien.
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It was an improved display on Tango’s fourth place in the Group One Cheveley Park Stakes on September 28 and left O’Brien pondering a trip to Santa Anita for the Breeders’ Cup meeting on November 1. He said: “She’s a smart filly and Donnacha thinks she’s getting better.
He said she was very sweet and she’ll get further. If she gets seven then she could get a mile next year. “She has experience and could go for the (juvenile) fillies’ race at the Breeders’ Cup. I always liked her, but she was probably a bit babyish for a while. She galloped right out to the line.”4 Secrets To Becoming Rich – How To Get Rich From Nothing: This ebook is a must read for anyone serious about exiting the rate race.... Copyright © 2020 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.