Newbury maiden on Hydrogen radar
Hydrogen appears unlikely to run in the Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster, with connections instead opting to stay low key this autumn.
The Peter Chapple-Hyam-trained juvenile, who was the most expensive yearling sold anywhere in the world in 2012, has yet to race competitively after he suffered a setback earlier in the year.
Hydrogen still holds an entry in the Group One in Yorkshire on Saturday week, but he is instead poised to run in a Newbury maiden.
David Redvers, racing manager for his owners Qatar Racing Limited, told Sky Sports News Radio: "We should see him, all being well, in two weeks in a Newbury maiden.
"I saw him do another piece of work the other morning under Jamie Spencer and he worked with a very fast lead-horse and went extremely well.
"He looks a nice mile-and-a-half horse, which is what you'd expect on pedigree.
"We'd just like to get him to win a maiden and put him away for the winter.
"He's certainly showing that he's way-above-average ability.
"I think he'll turn into a beautiful three-year-old."