Connections of Headman are considering running him in the Qipco Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown next month.
The colt has made great progress this year and triumphed in the Al Zubarah London Gold Cup in May.
That was followed up by victories in France at Saint-loud and Deauville to extend his winning streak to three.
The three-year-old, currently trained by Roger Charlton, has no concrete plans for his next run at the moment.
However, the event at Leopardstown, which is the feature race on the opening day of Irish Champions Weekend, is being seriously considered.
Teddy Grimthorpe, racing manager to owner-breeder Khalid Abdullah, said: "Headman has come out of his last race very well, we're very pleased with him.
"We're looking at all options for him, but they would include the Irish Champion Stakes.
"He's won his two Group Twos so he's earned a crack at a Group One.
"To come from last to first last time was impressive."
Article Posted on Sunday 25th August 2019 @ 17.14
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