Marcus Tregoning aims to take long-term absentee Mohaather Stakes at Ascot on Champions Day.

A impressive winner of the Greenham Stakes on his debut, and he was well fancied for the 2000 Guineas, Mohaather was kept off the track because by trauma.
It's been hard to bear for Tregoning, since those behind that afternoon at Newbury included Haydock Sprint Cup winner Hello Youmzain.
"The strategy together with him is that he will visit the QEII - that's what we're trying to do," said Tregoning.
"I do not actually need to have a run into him first. He's not that hard to get fit, so that I do not require a jog before and I will get lots of work .
"It has been dry earth for the majority of the summermonths, and I'm not sure he wants it too firm. Ideally it will not be at the time of year.
"Just as we understand, the Greenham type appears all straight - horses which finished behind him've come out and won Group Ones, therefore it probably was a good race.
"This was a carrying performance, and I would like to acquire the QEII with him."

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