Trainer Tom George believes The Worlds End is capable of stepping up in distance, although he isn’t ready to commit just yet.
The seven-year-old won on his maiden outing this season but suffered disappointment when coming home third behind Ibis Du Rheu at Cheltenham in November.
George’s charge responded well when returning to action on Friday at Prestbury Park as he eased to a 26-length victory over Ibis Du Rheu.
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The Down Farm-based trainer was delighted to see The Worlds End get back on track and admits he could step up to a four-miler in the near future.
George said: “He is a proper staying horse. We’ve made no plans. We will enjoy today. One thing about him he will stay all day – I’m not saying he needs to be going for the four-miler, but he could do that as well.
“His next run will be important, when he runs against some higher-class horses in his generation.”Copyright © 2022 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 The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.