Willie Mullins has not yet firmed up future plans for his exciting chaser Min.
The six-year-old has won five of his six starts since joining Ireland's perennial champion trainer, suffering his only defeat when splitting Altior and Buveur D'Air in the 2016 Supreme Novices' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.
He returned from almost a year off the track to extend his unbeaten record over fences to three at Gowran Park last month, but with esteemed stablemates Douvan and Djakadam being aimed at the Tingle Creek at Sandown and the John Durkan Punchestown Memorial Chase this weekend, there are no obvious upcoming targets for Min.
"Min won well the other day and we'll have to find a race for him," Mullins told At The Races.
"Whether he goes down the two-mile route or the two-and-a-half-mile route I don't know. We'll just try to keep them all apart as much as we can."