Judicial could head to the Curragh next month as he goes in pursuit of a first Group-race victory.
The six-year-old gelding has already had a good season, having finished runner-up in the Palace House Stakes at Newmarket in early May.
He also looked in top trim at Beverley last week when he won a strong conditions stakes by two and a quarter lengths.
The Coral Charge at Sandown on Saturday week is one option for Judicial – a half-brother to former top-class sprinter Marsha – but he could also end up running in the Sapphire Stakes at the Curragh on July 22.
Steve Brown, Camacho’s assistant and husband, said: “He’s more relaxed this year and he’s clearly improving.
“He’s easier to ride this year and we now know a lot more about him.
“We’ll look at the Coral sprint at Sandown and he’s also entered in the Sapphire Stakes in Ireland.
“There’s also the City Walls Stakes at York and we could nip there, too.
“I think it’s fair to say we are a bit more aspirational this year.”