Kachy is set to go for the Cleves Stakes at Lingfield on February 2 ahead of another crack at the All-Weather Championships Sprint Final at the Surrey track in April.
Tom Dascombe’s charge took the six-furlong fast-track qualifier last winter before going on to run second in the final itself on Good Friday.
The six-year-old entire showed his well-being when breaking the track record for six furlongs at Wolverhampton, making all the running to score by six lengths on Boxing Day.
“He’s in good shape, all’s well,” said Dascombe. “It was a good performance at Wolverhampton.
“He has to run again before Finals day. He has to run at least twice more or win a fast-track qualifier, so he’s running in the Cleves at Lingfield next week.”
Dascombe already has one eye on the turf season as he has a potentially top-class prospect in Arthur Kitt.
The son of Camelot won the Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot and was second to Too Darn Hot in the Solario Stakes at Sandown, ending his juvenile campaign by finishing fourth in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf over a mile at Churchill Downs.
“He’s absolutely fine, just getting ready for the turf season,” said the Cheshire handler.
“No plans at the moment. We’ll just see how he trains and see what trip he needs.”