Ten Sovereigns heading to Australia

Ten Sovereigns is set to travel for a possible shot at the Everest of the next month.
Coolmore Australia chief Tom Magnier has supported the plan – although worried the Everest is for Ten Sovereigns down below far from the only choice.
A night from the Betfair Sprint Cup because of ground at Haydock of last weekend, aidan O’Brien’s July Cup winner, comes with an entry at the British Champions Sprint at Ascot on the same afternoon since the Everest.
Magnier told Sky Sports Radio in Australia that the three-year-old is going to go into – but added Coolmore has other contenders in mind for a coveted place in the world sprint.
He said:”The strategy is he is going into quarantine – but we have (Australia-based) Yes Yes Yes running in Sydney this weekend, so we’ll watch and see what happens there.
“When he won more than six furlongs from the July Cup that has been hard floor, and that is the way he desires it.
“He’s entering quarantine, but we still haven’t locked our slot away yet.”
Track conditions will likely be crucial on October 19.
Magnier added:”In case Randwick got good floor he’d be quite competitive – he’s very fast.
“There’s other races we can look at too – we would not rule out him operating in something different.
“Aidan does understand we need to make a decision sooner rather than later.”