Sovereign Debt beats Nimr in the Sunbets All-Weather Mile Championships
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Ruth Carr will consider running Sovereign Debt overseas in pursuit of more big-race honours.

The eight-year-old grey, owned by Lady O’Reilly, has thrived since his switch from Dandy Nicholls’ yard and looked most impressive in the bet365 Mile at Sandown on Friday.

Before that, he had won a small fortune on All-Weather Championships Finals Day at Lingfield on Good Friday.

Carr said: “He’s come out the race really well. We’re very happy with him and he’s enjoying himself out in the paddock as normal.

“The really big Group One races over a mile are now closed, unfortunately, as I was not really thinking that would be the way to go with him.

“It would be quite nice for him to keep running in a grade he can do well in, though, so we’ll have to sit down in the next few days and make a plan.

“He’s run well before in Ireland and as he’s such an easy horse to deal with and travels so well, that might be an option.”