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Breeders' Cup 2017

So You Think Might Return Next Year

SO YOU THINK could yet race on next season after connections said on Monday they felt he had "shown no signs that he is ready to go to stud".

Trained by Aidan O'Brien, So You Think finished fourth behind Danedream in Sunday's Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp, a race that had been considered to be among his last before he was retired to stud at the end of the season.

However, Coolmore Australia racing manager Tom Magnier, speaking from Paris, told Sydney's Sky Sports Radio: "We think this horse can keep winning these Group 1 races.

"The trainer thinks there is a helluva lot in the horse's tank. Let's get this season out of the way and I'd say we'd probably continue into next season.
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I would love to see him in the ascot gold cup over 4000m.. He has the class
It logical that Coolmore would bring So You Think back for one more season of racing in Europe. I'd hate to think that Derick Smith, Michael Tabor, and John Magnier spent the kind of money on buying controlling interest of him from his Australian connection's that they did to only see him run in a handful of European G1 turf races in a single season. You can watch this horse race and tell that he's still in tremendous shape, and another season of racing may even see him to better effect in 2012? IMO.

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