Connections of Hydrogen, the most expensive yearling bought anywhere in the world in 2012, still have hopes that he could fulfil his potential.
Qatar Racing paid �2.5million for the three-parts brother to Authorized but he has yet to see a racecourse.
While he holds entries in the Investec Derby and Dubai Duty Free-sponsored Irish equivalent, trainer Peter Chapple-Hyam recently suggested he would not make it to Epsom and that Royal Ascot might be more realistic.
David Redvers, racing manager for the owners, told At The Races: “At the moment he’s back in work with Peter. He had a tough year last year, anything that could go wrong did.
“First he picked up an injury on the gallops and then he kicked a wall and injured a hock.
“Because he spent so much time in box-rest he then lost all his strength that he’d developed, so he’s spent a lot of time this spring building that back up.
“There’s been a great deal of scrutiny over him and he might end up belatedly making his debut and reaching his full potential, we can only hope that’s the case.”Read the rest of the story British Horseracing Authority News Headlines