“There are a couple of good ones from Godolphin in the race but I feel they will have to be good to beat her.”
Widdup also has Chauffeur returning to the races again, and the entire might be facing D-day for his manhood. The four-year-old was runner-up in the Magic Million Classic a couple of years ago after being the top-priced yearling from the sales at $1.6 million a year earlier.
He raced in top company throughout his two- and three-year-old seasons, including the Golden Slipper and Golden Rose, with his best effort another second in the San Domenico Stakes.
“He has been a bit of a challenge and we have tried something very different going into this preparation and not given him a trial,” Widdup said. “We have taken him to Wyong and Hawkesbury just to get him away from home and give him a different look.