Canford Cliffs, who was forced tomiss the Sony-sponsored Queen Elizabeth II Stakes
at Ascot last weekend due to an unsatisfactory scope, could be seen in
action overseas later in the season.
The three-year-old, unbeaten in his last three starts and a dual
Group 1 winner, could still take in the Breeders' Cup or races in the
Far East, as trainer Richard Hannon revealed the colt's connections are still keen to run.
Quoted on his website,
Hannon said: "The owners seem keen to have another run, though there is
nothing left for him in Europe, so I suppose if he does go again they
will be looking at the Breeders' Cup Mile in Kentucky as well as Japan
and Hong Kong. If they decide against travelling him this year, we'll
pack him up until next season."