Allen said Glorious Sinndar, the former French galloper, was a bit particular about how he encountered the hurdles.
“He’s really being careful – probably too careful,” Allen said post-race.
“I’m sure he’ll even out with a bit of running, and that was a good start to his career anyhow.
“He’s one of those horses that I don’t think he’ll ever fall. He’s nearly too careful.
“The more jumping, the more racing he’ll get, he’ll even out and he could make into a nice horse.
“He looks like he’s a really, really good stayer, so the further he gets… he’s real lazy, which can help get a horse a good trip.
“He switched off today, he was nearly a little lazy if anything.
“Once he got over the last, I gave him a squeeze and he really picked up so he’s a good stayer, and hopefully he’ll be a good jumper in the making.”
Glorious Sinndar remains unbeaten in four starts for Weir, the master horseman giving the five-year-old gelding five hurdle trials before Sunday’s debut.