Trainer Andrew Balding is pondering which Group One contest he will throw Kameko into before the end of the season.
The two-year-old son of Kitten's Joy won on his debut at Sandown in July, before picking up successive second-place finishes in the Solario Stakes at the same venue and on his first start over a mile in the Royal Lodge at Newmarket on September 28.
Balding must now weigh up his options as he can keep Kameko over a mile in the Verterm Futurity Trophy at Doncaster or pitch him into the seven-furlong Criterium International at ParisLongchamp.
He said: "He has got two entries, the Verterm Futurity Trophy and the seven-furlong Group One at ParisLongchamp. He will run in one of them if he runs again this season.
"I'm not sure I would want to be running him over a mile on soft ground at Doncaster.
"He has come out of his last run great and I couldn't be happier with him.
"It was slightly frustrating that he got beat in the Royal Lodge, but I think we have a very decent horse on our hands and physically he is only going to improve."
Article Posted on Saturday 5th October 2019 @ 12.13
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