But, speaking at Ascot yesterday, Bradley said: "I have delayed it another month, because the horse I was going to ride doesn't run. It will be Wetherby - I have got to ride another winner.
"I am too old now and the old adrenalin rush has gone a little bit for the Plumptons, Fontwells, Sedgefields, and so on. I love riding at the Cheltenhams, Ascots, Newburys, but I'm 39 now and I can't ride forever - I have just got to move on to a different career."
Bradley, who runs his own bloodstock agency, was at Ascot to see Vicious Circle, whom he bought for the gelding's current owners, win the Ritz Club Handicap.