Connections of Ten Sovereigns are keeping their options open for his next race with a trip to Australia being weighed up.
The July Cup winner was a late withdrawal from the Betfair Sprint Cup at Haydock last weekend due to the soft ground but appears to have at least one more run in him this year before going into quarantine.
Next month's Everest at Randwick in Sydney, billed as the 'world's richest turf race', is under consideration for the three-year-old while he also holds an entry in the British Champions Sprint at Ascot on the same day - October 19.
Coolmore Australia principal Tom Magnier is unsure at the moment where Ten Sovereigns will run next but the Aidan O'Brien-trained star has options.
He told Sky Sports Radio in Australia: "The plan is he's going into quarantine - but we have (Australia-based) Yes Yes Yes running in Sydney this weekend, so we will watch and see what happens there.
"When he won over six furlongs in the July Cup that was hard ground, and that's the way he needs it.
"He's going into quarantine, but we haven't locked away our slot yet.''
He added: "If Randwick got good ground he'd be very competitive - he's very fast. There's other races we could look at as well - we wouldn't rule out him running in something else.
"Aidan does understand we have to make a decision sooner rather than later."
Article Posted on Thursday 12th September 2019 @ 10.11
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