Chris Wall will consider options at home and in France for First Sitting following his big victory at Deauville.
The six-year-old gelding took his form to new heights when he defeated last season's now-retired champion three-year-old Almanzor in a Group Three last Tuesday.
Plans to send First Sitting to Turkey have seemingly now been shelved, with an outing in the Prix Dollar at Chantilly or the Dubai Duty Free Legacy Cup at Newbury under consideration.
Wall said: "It was a great performance by First Sitting. Everything went really well and the horse went there in the form of his life.
"The way the race was ran all worked out well. They didn't go to slow and we dropped in behind the leader and got a fantastic run.
"I've got to have a chat with the owner but a race like the Prix Dollar or the Group Three at Newbury the week before that is a possibility.
"He's in a race in Turkey and had he not won at Deauville that would have been top of the agenda. But having done what he did the other day, I would like to try something else.
"He is well entered up and not short of options."