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Subjective eyes return to the Saudi Cup card

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Not seen since the success of Royal Ascot two years ago, a Group 1 winner subjective According to coach Charlie Johnston, (Ire) (Teophilo {Ire}) could return in the framework of the Saudi Cup in Riyadh next month.

“Closed entries yesterday morning for the Saudi Cup and Subjectivist meeting have been included [G3] Red Sea Turf H.–[the] Johnston said.

Winner of the G1 2021 Gold Cup on June 17, the now 6-year-old previously won the G1 Prix Royal-Oak 2020 at ParisLongchamp on October 25 and the G2 Dubai Gold Cup 2021 at Meydan in March 2021. During his post-Royal Meeting victory, he picked up a career-threatening leg injury. While there were initially high hopes he would return to defend his gold trophy, that didn’t happen in the summer.

The subjectivist is now back in full working mode, and while Johnston is taking a day-to-day approach, he’s pleased with what he’s seen so far.

The Subjectivist progress report, “He’s been back to work since early October and has been rushing through December to January now. There’s still a long way to go – we haven’t started screwing any faster jobs yet.

“Every day I look at him with my arms crossed, but so far so good.”

Just this week, Johnston get training license entirely from his record-breaking father Mark. He celebrated a pair of winners.

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