Andrew Oliver is considering having a tilt at the Irish Thoroughbred Marketing Cherry Hinton Stakes at Newmarket's July meeting with his unbeaten juvenile Sendmylovetorose.
The Bahamian Bounty filly travelled over for the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot but became upset in the stalls and was withdrawn down at the start.
However, that incident appeared to have little effect as she was a comfortable winner of a Group Three at the Curragh on Sunday.
"She did it well. Going into the race there were quite a few unknowns with the travel and the episode with the stalls, but she put it all behind her and it was straightforward," said Oliver on At The Races.
"Colm (O'Donoghue) gave her a great ride, he just took the race by the scruff of the neck and put it to bed.
"She's come out of it great. We'll just sit down and have a think about where to go with her.
"It'll have to be a step up in class. There are options, the Cherry Hinton but that's next week and means travelling again, although obviously she takes it well.
"She seems a placid beast and takes whatever is thrown at her so it is an option, but there are options at home and we'll not do anything knee-jerk."