City Of Troy: O’Brien outlines plans for 2,000 Guineas and Beyond

Ballydoyle’s potential star, City Of Troy, emerges as a strong contender for the 2,000 Guineas, with Aidan O’Brien hinting at a strategic campaign encompassing Newmarket, the Derby, and possibly a US dirt challenge.

As last season’s European champion juvenile, City Of Troy’s exceptional talent prompts O’Brien to consider a solo entry in the prestigious British Classic, marking a departure from his usual multi-colt approach.

Despite potential hurdles, O’Brien remains optimistic about City Of Troy’s prospects, fueled by the colt’s impressive track record and unique attributes inherited from his Triple Crown-winning sire, Justify.

*”City Of Troy’s emergence as a top contender in the 2,000 Guineas underscores Aidan O’Brien’s strategic vision for the upcoming racing season. His decision to potentially enter the colt as a sole representative reflects the immense confidence in City Of Troy’s abilities, setting the stage for an exciting campaign ahead.”*

Additionally, O’Brien discusses plans for Auguste Rodin, another promising prospect set to make waves in international racing circuits, potentially including a venture onto dirt surfaces following successful trials last year.

*”O’Brien’s foresight extends beyond City Of Troy, as discussions of Auguste Rodin’s future highlight the trainer’s commitment to exploring new avenues for success. With potential plans for a dirt race, O’Brien showcases his willingness to adapt and capitalize on emerging opportunities in the dynamic world of horse racing.”


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