Connections of the likeable Fev Rover will wait and see how their star juvenile has come out of the Prix Marcel Boussac before making plans for her next race after the youngster could only finish fourth on her first start in black type company.
The filly has been a shining light for the yard racing four times so far this term and not finishing outside the top two on all of her runs, including winning her last two events.
Having finished behind the smart Method at Doncaster and then second behind the Group Two winning Dandalla, the juvenile has backed those runs up with two wins at Sandown in Listed company and Deauville in the Group Two Prix du Calvados.
Should the daughter of Gutaifan race again this term her target will either be a Group One over a mile at Saint-Cloud later in the month or the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf at Keeneland, with her needing to come on.
Racing manager of the syndicate that owns Fev Rover, Nick Bradley said: “There are only two possible races for her – there’s a Group One in France in about two and a half weeks at Saint-Cloud, a mile race. There’s that or the Breeders’ Cup.
“I said to Richard (Fahey), let’s have a chat in a week’s time when he’s got her home and seen how she is.”
Bradley expanded on the two year olds unlucky fourth on Sunday by adding:“I thought she was very unlucky, but that happens in horse racing.
“She ran great, she got interfered with twice, the jockey got banned but that doesn’t really help us – that’s racing.
“After the race she was fine, there wasn’t a cut on her."