Far Above has choices in France, Ireland and England after taking his document to 3 wins from 4 outings.
The Farhh colt received a Listed race at Deauville over six furlongs on Sunday however coach James Tate is eager to carry him again to the minimal distance, a lot velocity did he present.
“He’ll drop down to five and we’ll look at Group races for him, but it’s not that obvious – the Nunthorpe would be flying too high at this stage of his career I think,” mentioned Tate.
“The plain route could be the Prix du Petit Couvert firstly of September – which is used as a trial for the Abbaye, and we might in all probability use it as that.
“Alternatively there’s the Flying 5 at an identical time on the Curragh, and a Group Three at Newbury round that point, too.
“I’d say we’ll give him a little break and prepare him for one of those and see where we go.”
Tate expects the three-year-old to maintain his enchancment.
He added: “We do suppose he is a high sprinter within the making – the one query is whether or not that’s later this yr or subsequent yr, as a result of he nonetheless does somewhat bit mistaken. He is very quick and getting sooner with each run.
“Taking a look at his pedigree, we began him over seven – there are not any high sprinters I can consider by Farhh – however we would have one. I do not know when you’ll ever see him at six once more, not to mention seven.”
Stablemate Hey Gaman additionally has choices overseas.
“He is being skilled for the Minstrel Stakes on July 20 on the Curragh, and 10 days after that’s the Lennox at Goodwood,” mentioned Tate.
“We’ll prepare him for the primary one and decide which one to go for nearer the time.”