Naas Mon, 23rd Mar, 2020
Lemista We had to throw her into that race with the way the ground is as we know she wants a mile-and-a-half and you need a horse with stamina for that ground. Our horses are forward but without having a run you don't know how forward they are until they go to the track. They are really working well. This filly and Even So were working well at home so you can't leave them at home when there is a pattern race like that. We're delighted, she won her maiden by five lengths so you can't be bad if that happens. Chris said she'd appreciate better ground to be able to use her long stride. Stepping up trip I think she is an exciting filly. She could be aimed at the Oak. We never thought she'd be a Guineas filly, trip-wise. Since February onwards we've been very happy and we're just delighted she's gone and done it. The other filly (Even So) has run a cracker too. She got a little bit tired half a furlong from home and with her being down the inside where the ground is deader it just found her out. Better ground and stepping up a couple of furlongs as well she'll be a nice filly. She is in the Guineas but I don't know if she'd be quick enough and both of them could go for Oaks trials.