Ken Condon considers Celtic Beauty could be a playful outsider in the Juddmonte Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket later this month.
At the Albany Stakes things have not gone to plan to the daughter of No Nay Never as.
Condon’s filly disappointed in the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes – and she failed to run up to expectations at the Lowther at York last month after she bounced back with an impressive maiden victory at Naas.
Her coach is maintaining the beliefs and hopes for an ease in the ground at Newmarket on September 28.
He said:”We’re dissatisfied with her York. She has run six times and on four occasions we have abandoned the races but she’s disappointed us twice along with the common denominator has been the fast ground.
“She’s No Nay Never, so you’d think fast ground is what she wants, but the great thing about this game is there’s no hard and fast principles and she definitely appears to be greater on a slightly surface.
“She pulled from York nicely and has been good since. We’d have her at the Moyglare in the Curragh, however her would likely stretch as she’s a filly with a lot of speed.
“I think we will likely go for the Cheveley Park. She will be an individual there and she is entitled to be, but we would let her take her opportunity, if the floor came up great to soft or great then.
“We’ve still got a great deal of religion in this filly and if circumstances are right at Newmarket, I believe she’d run with credit.”