Paul Nolan remains keen to run Defy Logic at the big spring festivals despite his defeat at Naas on Sunday.
Fairyhouse, Punchestown and possibly Cheltenham remain on the agenda for the six-year-old.
The County Wexford trainer has lost none of his faith in the JP McManus-owned gelding after he was beaten by the highly-promising Annie Power in the paddypower.com Novice Hurdle.
A decision on whether Defy Logic takes up his one entry at Cheltenham, in the Neptune Investment Management Novices' Hurdle, has yet to be decided.
"He's 100%. We were disappointed to be beaten, but he's come up against something probably special," said Nolan.
"I still think we have a very nice horse on our hands and we are looking forward to putting him over a fence later on.
"We haven't spoken about Cheltenham yet, so I don't really know. We just want to get him to settle a bit better and get him to drop his head a bit.
"We will be looking at Fairyhouse and Punchestown if he doesn't go to Cheltenham. We will wait a couple of days to see what we do."