Mags Mullins is keen to let the dust settle on Debuchet’s recent Fairyhouse victory before considering future targets.
The grey looked a top-class prospect after filling the runner-up spot behind the ill-fated Fayonagh in the 2017 Champion Bumper at Cheltenham, but failed to get his head in front in 11 outings over hurdles.
His career looked to be going backwards after finishing down the field on his final outing of last season at Fairyhouse, but he made a successful reappearance and debut over fences at the County Meath circuit on Tuesday to get himself back on track.
Mullins said: “I was delighted with him the other day. We were hoping he’d put in a clear run in a nice race – and to go and see him win the way he did was great.
“He seems to have come out of the race well. He’s had a lot of problems and hasn’t been straightforward, but he seems good.
“I’m not quite sure where we’ll go next. We’ll give him the week and see what we’re going to do.
“We’ll take it day by day.”