David Livingston chasing Turkey riches after Haydock victory
Last Updated: 20/08/13 1:08pm
David Livingston: Set for Turkey adventure
David Livingston is likely to go on his travels to Turkey in search of more success following his recent victory at Haydock.
A Group Two winner as a juvenile, when trained by Aidan O'Brien, the four-year-old opened his Pattern race account for Mike de Kock when flooring Telescope in the Rose of Lancaster Stakes on Merseyside earlier this month.
"We were quietly confident about the horse. I thought he'd run a very good race in his penultimate start (when fourth at Sandown)," De Kock told At The Races.
"He's a very capable horse and we'd have been disappointed if he wasn't fighting the finish out at least (at Haydock).
"He's a nice horse, he's come on and I think he's still got a bit more in him. I was worried about him going the mile and a half, but Johnny (Murtagh) said don't hesitate to step him a little further, too, so that's a good sign.
"We'll probably chase a bit of cash in Turkey. There's not a hell of a lot here.
"There's a few Group Threes and he's won one so we might as well bank some money."