Karl Burke’s three-year-old Quiet Reflection is aiming for Royal Ascot’s Commonwealth Cup, according to the trainer.
Having won four from five on turf, including in the Prix Sigy Group 3 race at Chantilly on Sunday, two runs in England await in the next few months.
Jockey Dougie Costello grabbed his first Group win on board the filly in France and is now expected to ride for Burke at Royal Ascot this summer.
Burke confirmed his plans were to go to Haydock before stepping up in the Commonwealth Cup, a race which could see a number of American horses also involved, but also has other options.
"She will probably go to Haydock for the Sandy Lane Stakes as a prep for the Commonwealth Cup, though she will also get an entry against the older horses over five furlongs in the King's Stand," Burke told the Racing Post.
"We have learned something there (on Sunday) because she probably hit the front too soon.
"I thought we had it won easily and then when the camera angle changed and there was another 200 metres to run, I slightly had my heart in my mouth."
Costello is now keen to push on after his first Group win on Quiet Reflection who has now won in the three attempts.
"It is nice to get the first Group winner under the belt," said Costello.
"Karl has been brilliant and put me under no pressure. The yard hasn't been firing on all cylinders so he just told me to ride a piece of work on her. She just does everything so easily."