Trainer John Gosden has announced that he will wait for the ground conditions before confirming if Stradivarius will run at Ascot.
The five-year-old has won his last nine races, with four of them coming this season.
Stradivarius has won at York on two occasions, while Gosden's charge also won at Ascot and Goodwood.
The Group Two Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup is the next race on the agenda on October 19, but Gosden says connections are not interested in running on soft ground.
He told reporters: "I would think that Champions Day is quite likely.
"If we got a lot of rain and it did go heavy, that would be the one thing that would probably stop us running.
"He has got a great action, and he is probably happiest on top of the ground. He handled the good to soft and softish ground, but I would be worried about heavy ground.
"He is in tremendous form since the race. He is bucking and playing away and having a shout which he likes to do.
"He always lets you know when he is around. For a little guy he makes a lot of noise."
Article Posted on Saturday 7th September 2019 @ 14.41
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