Charles O'Brien is keen to cash in with Pop Art while there is still ease in the ground.
The daughter of Excellent Art stepped up her game at Leopardstown last Wednesday when runner-up to Qewy in the Listed Heritage Stakes, in which Kingsbarns was third.
Pop Art thrives in testing conditions, which would be a necessary if possible objectives in the Gladness Stakes at the Curragh and the Amethyst Stakes back at Leopardstown are to be fulfilled.
County Kildare-based O'Brien said: "There is not a bother on her after the race. I thought she did really well, but that she was a bit unlucky as it turned into a bit of a sprint towards the end.
"She goes very well on that soft ground so we'll be looking to get her out again pretty soon if there is rain about.
"She's in races like the Gladness and the Amethyst, so we've got plenty of thinking to do."