Roger Varian has determined to stay with the unique plan and head to Longchamp for the Poule d’Essai des Poulains together with his Champagne Stakes winner Bayside Boy.
The New Bay colt adopted up that Doncaster victory, the place he beat the Queen’s Derby hope Attain For The Moon, with a pair of positioned efforts at Group One stage within the autumn.
Firstly he was third to Native Path within the Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket after which he returned to City Moor to fill the identical place behind Luxembourg within the Vertem Futurity Trophy.
Bayside Boy was left within the Qipco 2000 Guineas on the five-day stage, however the three-year-old’s identify was lacking from the ultimate line-up, together with his Traditional aspirations set on France in a fortnight.
“Bayside Boy is in nice kind however we’ll hold on and go to France for the French 2000 Guineas,” stated Varian.
“We have been considering French Guineas all winter for this horse and it is rather straightforward to get sucked into Newmarket the nearer you get to the race, however we’re going to stick with our authentic ideas.
“We predict the Longchamp mile will go well with him nicely, he is in nice kind, he might simply have lined up on Saturday at Newmarket, however we are going to go to France and in two weeks time we are going to discover out then if that’s the proper name or not.”