John Ferguson will wait until early next week before deciding on running plans for the Guinness Galway Hurdle.
Buckingham Palace have announced that the Queen's Ascot Gold Cup winner, Estimate, has tested positive for morphine.
Morphine is banned by the British Horseracing Authority as it can be used to numb pain.
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