Subjectivist, trained by Mark Johnston, is expected to be sent straight to Royal Ascot next for the Gold Cup.
Subjectivist landed the spoils at ParisLongchamp in the Prix Royal-Oak Stakes in his final race of 2020 and he backed that up performance up by winning last weekend's Dubai Gold Cup at Meydan.
The four-year-old produced a stunning display to beat Walderbe by five-and-three-quarter-lengths, while Away He Goes and Secret Advisor were back in third and fourth respectively.
Connections are now deliberating where to send Subjectivist next and Charlie, son of Mark, has revealed the Royal Ascot Gold Cup is the likely next destination.
"We've given him a Yorkshire Cup entry - but one of the main attractions to Dubai was that he had no penalty for his Group One, while he would have in a Sagaro, Henry II or Yorkshire Cup," he told Sky Sports.
"I think Plan A will be to go straight to Ascot, because we've proved we can have him in the form of his life fresh. I think the two he'll definitely go to are Ascot and Goodwood in the summer.
"There's certainly lots to look forward to. He nearly won at Royal Ascot (King George V Stakes, last year), and Mogul only just caught him at Goodwood - both of those were over a mile-and-a-half. We always said he would get better with age."
Article Posted on Sunday 4th April 2021 @ 11.03