PROMISING pacer Lucifers Legend is likely to have one more start before being sent for a spell.
Successful at Albion Park yesterday, the son of Cammibest is being aimed at the Queensland Winter Carnival in July.
As such, trainer Jack Butler plans to give the four-year-old another outing before a freshen-up in preparation for the majors.
“I’ve got the winter races in mind for him, so I want to give him a break before they come along,” Butler said. “At this stage he will have another run before I tip him out.
“I’ll try and win another race at Albion Park during the next week or so, then he’ll be in a paddock.”
With talented concession driver Madi Dux holding the reins during his latest win, Lucifers Legend led throughout from barrier two to account for Eleniark and Royal Counsel in 1:53.8 over 1660 metres.
“He’d had no luck during his last couple of starts, although he did put in good runs,” Butler said. “He finally got a good draw and showed what he can do.
“From the draw I was confident as thought he would find the front and be too hard to run down.
“He’s won four of his last seven starts, so I’m pleased with the way he is coming along.”