Trainer William Haggas says Sea Of Class is in good shape but he’s in no rush to lay down any concrete plans for his star filly. Sea Of Class managed four wins in six races last season, with her success in the Yorkshire Oaks the highlight of her three-year-old campaign.
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The daughter of Sea The Stars was last seen when coming in second to Enable by a short neck in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp in October. Haggas says the Middleton Stakes at York is a possible comeback date for his charge, but he is keeping his options open at this stage.
“She’s fine,” Haggas told the Yorkshire Post. “I’m very happy with her at the moment. “It’s a bit too early to be making any definite plans. There is so much talk about Enable and Almond Eye, I think we’ll just keep things quiet. “We could start off in May in the Middleton Stakes, but we’ll see.”