Coole Cody may return to Cheltenham for the Caspian Caviar Gold Cup subsequent month after rising unscathed from his fall on Saturday.
The Evan Williams-trained gelding was main the sphere when he got here down on the second-last fence in his bid to register back-to-back victories within the Paddy Energy Gold Cup.
That beneficial handicap chase is run over the Previous Course, which Williams believes Coole Cody prefers, whereas the Caspian Caviar is on the New Course.
The ten-year-old was sixth in that race in 2020 and it’ll come into account once more.
“Every little thing is grand, all sound. He was working an ideal race – win, lose or draw,” mentioned Williams.
“We’ll see how he’s, how he will get over issues and go from there. He likes Cheltenham, however he is higher on that Previous Course actually.
“That was his huge day. OK, it did not come off, however we stay to battle one other day and there are many locations for him to go.
“The Caspian Caviar is over the opposite monitor, however he’ll most likely have an entry for it. We could properly find yourself there. We’ll see the way it all pans out.”