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Fahey's in no hurry to map Garswood's future

CONNECTIONS of Garswood will wait a few days before working out plans for the Free Handicap winner who was unplaced in the Qipco 2000 Guineas on Saturday.

Trainer Richard Fahey reports the David Armstrong-owned three-year-old is none the worse for his run in the Newmarket Classic, in which he finished seventh, but is in no hurry to map out a future programme.

"He's fine, he cantered this morning and is in good order," said the Malton handler.

"We will just keep cantering him this week and see where we are going. I've got to speak to the owner. There are no plans for him at the moment.

"It's one of those races I'd like to go down and do it again, but that's racing. It happens."