Mums Tipple expected by Richard Hannon to bounce back next year

Richard Hannon is confident when returning next season, his below-par attempt can be left by Mums Tipple in the Middle Park Stakes and keep his progression.
The son of Footstepsinthesand missing his unbeaten record after failing to follow up his victory in a revenue race at York when beating one home at the Group One contest at Newmarket last month.
Even though Mums Tipple – who is as short as 7-1 for the next years Commonwealth Cup – has been discovered to be lame after the race, the Marlborough handler accounts the gifted two-year-old to be fine.
He explained:Mums Tipple never ran his race in the Middle Park, since hes a kick in the gate.
Hes had X-rays on the leg, but hes fine. Hes completed for the entire year.
We can get him ready today for next year and attempt to achieve what we believe he is capable of. That conquer will have left a man of him.
An outing at the Qipco 2000 Guineas remains on which was his final start of the year, on the schedule for Threat, who completed two places ahead of his stablemate in the contest.
Hannon added:I believe we will probably return around seven furlongs and proceed to get a Guineas trial of some description. The Guineas is still on the schedule.

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