David O'Meara could be tempted to raise lightly-raced sprinter G Force considerably in class in next month's Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes at York.
A big improver for the stable this season, the three-year-old was in action on the Knavesmire last weekend when staying on for second behind Take Cover in the City Walls Stakes.
G Force had earlier looked a slightly unlucky third behind Wind Fire in the Scurry at Sandown
"The next stop is undecided, maybe the Nunthorpe," said O'Meara.
The trainer has another possible runner at the big York meeting with Chancery, a staying on fifth in the John Smith's Cup and a possible starter in the Betfred Ebor.
"It was a little bit of a mess, they were all winning from the front, which is a bit of a nuisance when you've got a horse that has to be dropped in," O'Meara told Racing UK.
"He can go for all those big mile-and-a-quarter, mile-and-a-half handicaps and even Listed races, so we'll see.
"We have entered him in (the Ebor), it's something we'll have to look at."