Frankellina's participation in the Investec Oaks on May 31 will not be decided upon until this coming weekend.
The William Haggas-trained daughter of Frankel finished in a dead-heat for second alongside Entitle having been beaten by a neck by Nausha after struggling in the final 100 yards of last week's Musidora Stakes at York.
Owner Anthony Oppenheimer admitted that the race on the Knavesmire took a lot out of Frankellina so they will give her time to recover before making a firm decision on the Epsom trip.
He said: "I have talked to William since, but all he said was he'd wait to see how the filly came out of the race.
"She had quite a hard race, especially for just her second ever run, and she was blowing for about 40 minutes after it.
"I don't think we'll decide (about the Oaks) until the five-day stage at the earliest - there's no need to really.
"She ran a nice race. She did get left in the stalls a bit, but I don't think that made any difference to the result."
Article Posted on Tuesday 21st May 2019 @ 11.32
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