Trainer Saeed Bin Suroor is looking to make a comeback with his wonderhorse Military March, who has been missing from the racecourse for nearly 1,000 days. The horse, owned by Godolphin, was once a favorite for the 2020 Epsom Derby and finished fourth in the 2000 Guineas that year.
Unfortunately, Military March's career was derailed by injuries, and his last race was in January 2019. Despite Bin Suroor insisting that the injury was not serious, the horse has not been able to fulfill his potential on the track.
A Return to Racing
Bin Suroor is optimistic about Military March's comeback and believes he is working well again. The trainer plans to find a race for him in early October before setting higher goals for the future. There is even a possibility of taking him to Bahrain for a race if he proves good enough.
Potential Future Races
Dubai and the Bahrain International Trophy are both options for Military March's future races. The Newmarket handler is happy with the horse's progress and hopes to see him back in top form soon.
Hector Crouch rode Military March to fourth place in the 2020 2000 Guineas, a race won by Kameko. Another horse from that renewal, Kinross, has been thriving and is now a favorite for the British Champions Sprint Stakes in October. Frankie Dettori may even have his final ride on Kinross at Sha Tin in December.
With Military March's potential and a strong comeback, the racing world eagerly awaits his return to the track.
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