Ken Condon considers Celtic Beauty may be a outsider from the Juddmonte Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket after this month.
Runner-up to the Roger Varian-trained Daahyeh in the Albany Stakes matters haven’t gone to plan for the girl of No Nay Never since.
Condon’s filly disappointed from Cambridge Stakes’ Duchess on her look – and she failed to conduct up to expectations in the Lowther in York after she bounced back at Naas.
Her trainer is maintaining the faith and hopes for an ease in the ground at Newmarket.
He explained:”We were dissatisfied with her at York. She has run six times and on four occasions we’ve abandoned the races but she’s disappointed us twice along with the denominator has become the ground that is fast.
“She’s No Nay Never, which means you would think fast ground is what she desires, but the best thing about this game is there is no hard and fast principles and she certainly seems to be greater on a marginally easier surface.
“She pulled out of York nicely and was good since. We did have her as she is a filly with a lot of speed, however she would be likely stretched by seven furlongs.
“I think we’ll probably go for the Cheveley Park. She’ll be an individual there and she’s entitled to be, however we’d let her take her chance, if the floor came up good to soft or great then.
“We have still got a great deal of faith in this filly and if conditions are correct at Newmarket, I think she’d run with charge .”