Sizzling Sussex Stakes scorer Mohaather could be heading to France for his next outing, although it is unlikely to be for next Sunday's Prix Jacques le Marois at Deauville, Marcus Tregoning has revealed.
Mohaather is a 7-1 chance for that Group 1 after roaring home at Goodwood to secure his maiden top-level success and Tregoning's first for 14 years, but the trainer is keen to avoid running his stable star again too soon.
Tregoning is considering the Prix du Moulin in September for the son of Showcasing's next crack at Group 1 glory, before running in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes on British Champions Day at Ascot.
He said: "We're extremely happy with him. I think it's most unlikely that Mohaather runs at Deauville next week but the other possible race he could run in is the Prix du Moulin at Longchamp.
"We know where he's going eventually, which is the QEII, and it's just whether he has a race in between. At this stage I'm not sure and we haven't decided yet."