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O'Brien aiming to run Lundy at Royal Ascot.

VVFROM front page Royal Ascot, and yesterday nominated two-year-olds Lundy and Ambiguity as his likely representatives.

"We haven't finalised plans for Ascot but I'm looking at sending Lundy for the Coventry Stakes, while Ambiguity will probably also travel and will run in either the Norfolk or the Windsor Castle," O'Brien said.

Lundy finished runner-up to stablemate Caravaggio on his debut at Dundalk and went on to land a 6f maiden by three lengths at Leopardstown, before running another stablemate, Peace Envoy, to half a length in the Listed Rochestown Stakes at Naas on Sunday.

Ambiguity, who won over five furlongs on his debut at Tipperary, has been placed on his two subsequent starts, most recently when third behind Caravaggio in the Listed Marble Hill Stakes at the Curragh ten days ago.

Lundy is a general 16-1 shot for the Coventry - the market headed at 4-1 by Caravaggio, who would be running for Aidan O'Brien.

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Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:May 31, 2016
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