The plan for Success Days is to have two more runs this season. As of Wednesday morning, he has a good chance of running in the Royal Whip on Sunday, a race he won two years ago. If the forecast rain arrives in the next few days he will take his place in the line-up. The Darley Stakes in Newmarket in the middle of October is another likely target where his favoured ground is also probable.
Romanised will have one more run this season. At the moment it looks like being either the Qatar Prix de la Foret at Longchamp on Arc weekend, or the Queen Elizabeth II at Ascot on British Champions Weekend.
Rajar is in good form after her big effort to finish 3rd in the Listed Queensferry Stakes in Chester, achieving very important black type for her owners who will retain her for breeding. It was a mighty result for her. All going well her next target will be the Bold Lad over 6f at the Curragh on Irish Champions Weekend.
Ice Cold In Alex has continued his great form, with his recent win at Leopardstown. He will now be aimed at the Sovereign Path Handicap over 7f again at Leopardstown on the Saturday of Champions weekend with a possible run in the Tote Irish Cambridgeshire at the Curragh on the 1st of September.