Robert Waley-Cohen has revealed that no decisions have been made regarding another outing for Long Run this season.
Last year's Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup winner was third behind Synchronised in his title defence and may well appear at one of three venues.
Waley-Cohen can choose between the Betfred Bowl at the Grand National meeting, the Punchestown Gold Cup or a even a return to the seven-year-old's native France for one of the big spring prizes at Auteuil.
"I haven't made my mind up yet," he said.
"There are still four choices - Aintree, Punchestown, Auteuil or the fields of Warwickshire."