White Birch skips an option at Kempton on Monday but connections have high hopes there are plenty of nice prizes for him to win next season.
Third in the Derby to Auguste Rodin and King Of Steel, his only disappointing effort was in the Irish equivalent when he was hampered by an injured rival.
After that he went close at Leopardstown in a Group Three behind Adelaide River and he was entered in the Listed Floodlit Stakes at Kempton.
However, he is now finished for the season but all the major middle distance races will be on his radar next term.
George Murphy, assistant trainer and son of trainer John, said: “We decided he wouldn’t travel and that looks like the end for this year.
“He stays in training and we’re really looking forward to him. It’s easy to put a line through the Irish Derby and other than that, he ran some massive races.
“We’re really looking forward to next year, when he should be able to compete in a lot of nice races and do very well.
“Something like the Tattersalls Gold Cup will be an option, there are lots of races we can aim at so we’ll sit down and make a plan over the winter.”