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Nathaniel Eyes King George

Nathaniel, favourite for the Ladbrokes St Leger,could have his sights aimed at the Betfair-backed King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot next month.

The three-year-old, an impressive winner of the King Edward VII Stakes at the royal meeting last time, could return to the track to face older rivals for the first time.

Alongside the challenge of becoming the first three-year-old since Alamshar to win the race in 2003, John Gosden's colt would have to be supplemented for the Group 1 at a cost of £75,000.

However that may not deter connections according to owner Lady Rothschild's racing manager James Wigan.
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