The imposing victor of the Irish Thoroughbred Marketing Cherry Hinton Stakes at Newmarket this month, Memory could have her subsequent start in the Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes on 29 August at the Curragh.
Memory remains undefeated in three starts, with victory in her maiden at Goodwood prior to landing the Group 3 Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot ahead of her Cherry Hinton triumph.
Speaking on Channel 4's The Morning Line, Trainer Richard Hannon's son and assistant Richard Hannon Junior, described Memory's Cherry Hinton performance as "the two-year-old performance of the year".
Hannon Junior stated, "She could well go for the Moyglare next. She was very impressive in the Cherry Hinton, it was not fun to watch until she'd passed the line but she quickened very impressively.
"I'd say it's definitely the two-year-old performance of the year, she was very impressive and looks out of the top draw. She's a little bit quirky, you can see that in her running style, but it's nothing too bad and I'd think she'd take serious beating in Ireland."