Robert Cowell will work back from an outing in the inaugural Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint with Norfolk Stakes runner-up Pocket Dynamo.
The Newmarket handler is considering a number of options at home and abroad for the son of Dialed In following his near-miss in the Group Two at Royal Ascot.
His “main target” is, though, the five-and-a-half-furlong Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint at Churchill Downs on November 2.
Cowell said: “He will have an entry in the Nunthorpe (York). The Molecomb at Goodwood is another race on the agenda and there is also the Prix Morny (Deauville).
“We will let the dust settle and look at all the potential entries, but these are the sort of races we will be looking at next.
“The new Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Sprint over five and a half furlongs is his main target at the end of the year and we are working back from that.
“His race at Royal Ascot was the quickest of three two-year-old races over five furlongs, so we can take some credit in that fact.
“Wesley Ward’s horse (Shang Shang Shang) is quite useful and we were giving her weight, so I think we can be very excited about the future.
“He’s in great form. He is just a ball of fun and he is bright and sparky every morning.”