Freddy Head is taking a softly-softly approach with Khayzaraan despite her impressive nine-length romp at Deauville last week.
The two-year-old filly stepped up considerably on her debut at the Normandy track – when she was a well-beaten odds-on favourite over six furlongs.
The mile suited, and this time she gave her supporters not one moment’s worry as she justified short odds in some style.
Head is nonetheless planning to keep the daughter of Kingman, owned by Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum, to a modest grade for her next start at Chantilly.
“She’s a nice filly. I think she’s pretty good,” he said.
“She will run in mid-September in a mile race at Chantilly. It’s only a very small race. I don’t want her to have a hard race at the moment.”