Options open for Sajjhaa
No decision has been taken on Sajjhaa's next target after her fine run in the Nassau Stakes at Goodwood.
The Saeed bin Suroor-trained filly finished a close fourth in the Group One on her first start in England since November.
Her time in Dubai was fruitful, winning on all four starts including twice at the highest level.
She holds entries in the Juddmonte International, Yorkshire Oaks, Irish Champion Stakes and the Sun Chariot over a mile, but Bin Suroor was at pains not to commit her to anything.
"She ran well," said Bin Suroor.
"It was her first run since Hong Kong in April so we'll give her time to get over it.
"There's no decision on her next race.
"She has plenty of options. She's in the International and the Yorkshire Oaks and also in Ireland and the Sun Chariot.
"I don't know if we'll run her against the colts or keep her against the fillies.
"She's very good, she won two Group Ones in Dubai and ran very well in Hong Kong."