Connections are content to bide their time with the progressive three year-old filly Kurious.
The Henry Candy-trained filly has won at Listed and Group Three class at Sandown Park, most recently landing the Coral Charge.
The filly is now set for a break, with big autumn targets in mind, including the Group Three Goldene Peitsche at Baden-Baden and Group One sprints, the Flying Five at the Curragh and the Prix de l’Abbaye at ParisLongchamp.
“She has definitely stepped forward, and there was no fluke about her win at Sandown on Saturday,” Sam Hoskins, racing manager for owners the Hot To Trot syndicate, told the Press Association.
“We always thought she was good – and from her spring work with Limato at home, we had been very hopeful for the season, and she’s improved every time she’s run apart from Newbury.
“We don’t know what happened that day. Other than that, she’s been highly progressive. We’re very excited.
“Henry thinks slightly slower ground would suit her. She got away with it on Saturday, and Sandown is a stiff finish.
“We haven’t discussed race plans yet, but I’m sure races like the Prix de l’Abbaye at the end of the season will be under consideration.
“I don’t know yet how we’ll get there. There aren’t many options, but I doubt she’d be going to Goodwood.
“There’s a race in Germany – the Goldene Peitsche – and there’s also the Flying Five at the Curragh in mid-September.
“She seems to be getting better with age, so there’s no rush with her, but I think the autumn will be really interesting and exciting.
“The handicapper has put her up 10lb (to 106) after her Sandown win.”