Exciting Cambridge galloper Enough won't be seen again until the spring after undergoing surgery to remove bone chips from a knee.

Trainer John Bell had the winner of two of his four starts X-rayed after a substandard trackwork gallop last Thursday.

"I noticed there was something just niggling him after he galloped last Thursday so we had him X-rayed. They found chips so we've removed them and he'll be back in the spring," Bell said.

Meanwhile, Bell has been heartened by positive vet reports for his group two winner Mosse. "He's 90 per cent healed from a hairline fracture of his fetlock," Bell said.

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- NZ Racing Desk