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NEWS: Longer trips for Without Parole
on 24 April 2019
The Group 1-winning miler is due to step up to 10 furlongs soon. His trainer, John Gosden, also has an update on the high-class mare Coronet

JOHN Gosden has indicated Without Parole is likely to be campaigned at 10 furlongs this season.

Last year’s St James’s Palace Stakes winner finished fifth to Almond Eye on the Dubai Turf at Meydan last month.

That was only his second run over a trip further than a mile, the first being when he finished behind stable companion Roaring Lion in the Juddmonte International at York.

“He is in good form – I think he will go for something like the Brigadier Gerard at the end of May,” said Gosden.

“I think it all happened a bit quick for him in Dubai – and I think he will be better over a mile and a quarter.

“He ran well in Dubai, though, and he has come out of that race in great order – which is the main thing.”

The five-year-old mare Coronet is also back for another season at Clarehaven Stables and is likely to return at the Guineas meeting before the quest for an elusive Group 1 success begins again.

Gosden said: “She is in good form. We probably won’t go for the Ganay and we will probably run her in the Jockey Club Stakes at Newmarket at the Guineas meeting.

“The darling girl needs to win her Group 1. She is a lovely filly and is always there or thereabouts.”

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