Classic winner Kameko has several options on the table with connections set to make a decision after the weekend.
The three-year-old beat Wichita by a neck to win the Qipco 2000 Guineas at Newmarket in June but has struggled in the meantime, recording back-to-back fourth-place finishes at Epsom and Goodwood.
Kameko was in the mix at the latter when running in the Qatar Sussex Stakes last month, however, he was boxed in on the rail as Mohaather pressed on to earn the win.
Despite those recent results, racing manager David Redvers insists the team are happy with Kameko and have several options in mind for his next outing.
"We plan to make a decision after the weekend," said Redvers.
"The team are happy with him at the moment so it could be the Jacques Le Marois or the Juddmonte.
"If he needs more time, he could skip those and run in the Irish Champion Stakes or the Prix du Moulin in September."
Article Posted on Saturday 8th August 2020 @ 14.15
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