Black-type for Choisir’s Blue Uluru
Classy Choisir filly Blue Uluru (3f Choisir-Lady Of Beauty, by Coronado's Quest) came out best in the 15-runner Listed Abergwaun Stakes at Tipperary on Thursday night for owners N L Varney & Ms Amy Vaughan King.
It was a fifth career success for the Ger Lyons-trained three-year-old as she made virtually all the running to land the five-furlong event.
"She doesn't get six (furlongs) at the minute, she might do in time but she is very fast,” said Lyons. “The plan was to jump and run and 'don't take back' today. We'd have been delighted with third and put her away for the winter and hope like she would progress into something like this next year.
"But she has won her black-type now, has speed and is a very valuable commodity now at the moment. She did a lot of growing from two to three and if she continues to grow, we could have a real, good quality sprinter for next year.
"I think we'll stop with her now; there is the Mercury Stakes for her or else we could travel her but I think we'll look after her now until next year."
Blue Uluru was bred by Montbard.