Connections of East Coast Lady are in no hurry with the promising two-year-old filly following her Newmarket victory.
Connections of East Coast Lady are in hurry to firm up plans for the promising two-year-old filly after she opened her account in a six-furlong maiden at Newmarket's July meeting.
The William Stone-trained daughter of Kodiac overcame the extremely wet conditions that day to run out a clear-cut three-and-a-half length winner in a depleted 12-strong field.
She had shaped encouragingly, however, on her debut over the same course and distance in different conditions.
"She's absolutely fine and in good order. We haven't done a great deal with her since, but there are no problems with her," said the Cambridge handler.
"We're just giving her a bit of time and then we'll decide from there. I'll speak to the owners. They will have their own ideas and there's nothing set out yet.
"She's been given a handicap mark of 85. We'll just to have to see what the other horses that she beat do when they come out and that will show us the strength of that maiden. Let's hope she can go on."