Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 29 November 2014

Getting right back to Heart of the action

Song Of My Heart is reported to have taken a step forward over the winter, and is set to take in one of the forthcoming Irish Classic Trials.

The chestnut, trained by David Wachman and owned by Sir Robert Ogden, finished sixth to Special Duty in the Middle Park Stakes after winning twice at the Curragh and is entered in the StanJames.com 1000 Guineas.

The owner's racing manager Barry Simpson said: “She has a few options and will probably be out in the next three weeks, either at the Curragh or Leopardstown.

“We haven't really discussed it with the trainer yet, but she seems to have made progress since last season.”

Simpson had some news on another of the string, the Jeremy Noseda-trained Sans Frontieres.

He was second to Delegator in last season's Craven Stakes but has not raced since finishing a close third in the Dante at York.

He continued: “Tendon injuries are always serious — we knew he would be out for three or four months. He is back in training and there is a chance he could run at the Craven meeting.”

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