Andrew Balding hasnt ruled out stepping up to Group 1 degree with Kameko.
The Kingsclere handler is contemplating fall him back to seven furlongs for the Criterium International or whether to keep the boy of Kittens Joy at Doncaster in a mile at the Verterm Futurity Trophy.
The Qatar juvenile ended second back in that track at the Solario Stakes before completing the same place in Newmarket on his very first start above a mile in the Royal Lodge after creating a winning debut at Sandown.
Balding said:He has two entrances, the Verterm Futurity Trophy along with the seven-furlong Group One at ParisLongchamp. When he runs again this year Hell run in one of these.
Im not sure I would wish to be running him over a mile on soft earth at Doncaster.
Hes come out of his very final run amazing and I could not be happier .
It was slightly frustrating that he got beat at the Royal Lodge, however I think we have a very good horse on our palms and he is only likely to improve.