Fev Rover has the Sun Chariot at Newmarket or the Prix de l’Opéra at ParisLongchamp as options for the remainder of the season.
Richard Fahey’s filly returned to her best form to chase Jessica Harrington’s Real Appeal home in the Boomerang Mile in Leopardstown on Saturday.
After finishing third in the 1000 Guineas, Fev Rover had subsequently disappointed twice on heavy ground – but back on a healthy surface she showed her old momentum.
“She has only two real options left,” said Nick Bradley, who heads the union that owns the filly.
“There’s the Sun Chariot in Newmarket or the Prix de l’Opera weekend at the Arc, which is obviously over a mile and two stadiums.
“Since they are close to each other, she can only be one, so she will go where the best ground is.
“I think she ran really well on the weekend. Basically she’s a really good top filly.”
Another smart filly in Bradley’s white and black bristles is Corazon, coached by George Boughey, who finished third in the Flying Childers at Doncaster on Friday.
“There are good reasons that if she had been pulled high she would have won – it all went against the rail,” Bradley said.
“There is a chance that it could be completed for the Abbey Prize or else it could go for the Cheveley Park.
“Obviously she did all of her races out of five. I would say the Abbey is the favorite right now.
“Del Mar (Breeders’ Cup) is also on the list. She could go – as Oscula, probably too. Hellomydarlin is another who could go too.”