Ollie Pears intends to give Mosakhar one more run on the all-weather before aiming him at Doncaster’s Spring Mile Handicap in March.
The Malton trainer was delighted with the four-year-old’s second successive victory over a mile at Southwell on Tuesday.
He is already looking to take him back to the Nottinghamshire track early next month, before his main target in the consolation race for the Lincoln at Town Moor on March 28.
“I was very pleased with his last win and wasn’t surprised,” said Pears.
“He did it really well, and I chose the 0-90 handicap because I knew we would be only one of two course winners in the race. I chose that over the 0-80 – and it paid off.
“Unless the handicapper does something silly – I don’t think he will put him up too much – I won’t run him with a penalty, certainly not on Sunday (for which he was entered).
“He could go to Newcastle a week on Friday, but I don’t fancy that, either. He’ll probably go to Southwell on February 5, and then not run until the Spring Mile at Doncaster. That will be the plan.”