Nemoralia returns after finishing second to Ballydoyle at Newmarket Image reproduced with the kind permission of Newmarket Racecourse

Nemoralia could be set for a return to North America
Image reproduced with the kind permission of Newmarket Racecourse

Jeremy Noseda is weighing up a number of options – both at home and abroad – for Nemoralia.

The three-year-old filly found only Qemah too good in the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot but she could then only finish fourth as favourite for the Prix Jean Prat at Chantilly.

Noseda has now earmarked several possible targets over a variety of trips for Nemoralia, including a possible journey to California for the nine-furlong Del Mar Oaks.

The Newmarket handler said: “Nemoralia is well. We gave her a little break after France and sent her up to Longholes Stud to give her a break there.

“She is back in training now and we have got a few options which we need to sit down and discuss.

“The Del Mar Oaks, the Hungerford (Newbury) and the City of York Stakes, something along those lines, are races we are looking at.”