Alpinista could have subsequent yr’s Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe on her agenda after Sir Mark Prescott confirmed she is going to keep in coaching.
Owned by Kirsten Rausing, the four-year-old Frankel filly has gained Group Ones in Germany on her final two outings.
At Hoppegarten in August she had none apart from Torquator Tasso again in second – and whereas many British race followers may not have thought a lot of the shape initially, he then went on to win Sunday’s Arc showpiece at ParisLonghamp.
“She’s high-quality, and the shape was enormously enhanced on Sunday,” stated Prescott.
“The shape had regarded good earlier than – as a result of after she gained, the Arc winner went on and gained his Group One, and the Godolphin horse (Walton Avenue, third at Hoppegarten) gained the Canadian Worldwide.
“It was clear the shape was in all probability higher than we thought, fairly quickly after the race, so it was very rewarding to see him run so effectively.
“If she’s all proper we have all the time supposed to run her within the Grosser Preis Von Bayern at Munich on November 7.
“If she’s not – as a result of it is late within the yr for a filly – if she gave us indicators she wasn’t at her greatest, then that may do and subsequent yr we might attempt to practice her in the direction of the Arc de Triomphe if we may.
“She undoubtedly stays in coaching. Miss Kirsten Rausing may be very lucky, as a result of she has obtained so lots of the household at stud.
“Whereas this one is able to including lustre to the household, it’s higher off profitable races, and the others can get on with the breeding.”