After her favourable start in the Nassau Stakes at Goodwood last week, connections of the well performing filly Strawberrydaiquiri, are looking at their options.
Starting in a 10 furlong race for the first occasion in that Group One event, the four-year-old held her own showing determination to place fourth behind Midday.
Gaining success with prior shorter events at Group Two and Three level, the filly, trained by Sir Michael Stoute, has may possibilities with her connections eager to grab a win at the top level.
Racing manager to owner Renata Jacobs, Gary Coffey said, "She has come out of the race well."
"We haven't decided where we are going next, we are just going to evaluate all options. She is entitled to stay at the top table.
"We haven't identified any particular Group One, but she is entered in all the top races and we are looking at all options.
"She is going to have to tell us how she is, but we will certainly be looking towards running her again this year. She does appreciate a little bit of give in the ground.
"She was staying on and finished her race well so anything between a mile and 10 furlongs is within her range.
"She is a well-balanced filly so she handles the undulations well. We would not be afraid of running her over a stiff 10 furlongs somewhere if the opportunity were to arise.
"I will know more after talking with Sir Michael later in the week."