Saturday’s Prix du Cadran winner Quest For More could return to the track in under two weeks at Ascot for QIPCO British Champions Day.
The Roger Charlton six-year-old beat short-price favourite Vazirabad in France on Saturday to continue an excellent season which features a Lonsdale Cup win and a narrow second in the Doncaster Cup.
The QIPCO British Champions Long Distance Cup at Ascot on October 15 now looks the aim for Quest For More where he could face the likes of Order of St George and Simple Verse.
"I was really pleased and his last three races particularly have been pretty faultless really," Charlton told Sporting Life.
"He's been very tough and brave and I would imagine his rating will go up again for winning yesterday, he's improving.
"He came back last night and he's fine this morning. I'm keeping an open mind about it (Ascot). Before yesterday I was sort of thinking it was either/or, but we'll see how he is nearer the time.
"I think there's another race back in France for him the week after Ascot (Prix Royal Oak at Saint-Cloud, October 23), but the ground will probably be soft by then.
"Ascot is probably the most realistic target if we feel it's the right thing to do."