Edward Lynam feels he has no other option than to aim Domingues for tomorrow’s Go And Go Round Tower Stakes at the Curragh.
The Lady O’Reilly-owned colt has won his last two starts, both at Naas, and is a full-brother to the useful Baltic King.
“He’s in great form, but of course it’s a Group Three, so we’ll find out how good he is,” said County Meath-based Lynam.
“He’s won two races but now he has to go for a Group race, that’s just the way it is in Ireland. However, he’s a typical Danetime – really tough – and hopefully he’ll go well.”
Among the eight rivals to Domingues is the Aidan O’Brien-trained Great Barrier Reef, runner-up to Sir Gerry in the Group Two Gimcrack Stakes at York on what was his racecourse debut.