Joe Tuite is looking at options abroad for Four White Socks after her impressive win in a Group Three at Gowran.
Having begun her career with Luca Cumani, the filly joined Harry Fry briefly at the start of the summer following her previous trainer’s retirement – but after two disappointing runs, she was sent to Tuite.
Running in the rearranged Denny Cordell Lavarack & Lanwades Stud Fillies Stakes last week, the daughter of Lope De Vega bolted up by three and a half lengths.
Tuite said: “She has an option in France, a Group Two, or there’s a Group Two in Italy.
“She’ll definitely run again (this season).
“She came out of Ireland very well. She won very easily. I’d been happy with her at home – but I didn’t think she’d win that easy. It’s nice when it comes off.
“We got her at the end of July, and she’s done everything right and gone the right way. I honestly think she’s improved for that run.
“She’s a couple of options, and will certainly run in one if not two of them.”