John Gosden has yet to firm up plans for Royal Ascot heroine Fanny Logan after deciding against running her at Goodwood.
The daughter of Sea The Stars claimed the sixth and most notable victory of her career to date with an impressive display in the Hardwicke Stakes at the showpiece meeting in June.
She sidestepped a clash with esteemed stablemate Enable in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot and was expected to bid for Group One glory in last week’s Nassau Stakes.
However, she did not line up on the Sussex Downs, with Gosden revealing she has not been at her best on the Newmarket gallops.
“I’m just freshening her up. I was just not 100 per cent happy with her – that is why we haven’t run her since Royal Ascot,” said the Clarehaven handler.
“There is no immediate plan with her as she had two quick races, up at Haydock and then in the Hardwicke at the Royal meeting.
“The intention is to give her more of a late summer, early autumn campaign.”