By Racinguk.com staff
Sir Michael Stoute's Acclamation colt had been due to tackle the Curragh event after landing the Vintage Stakes at Goodwood on his most recent outing.
A dirty scope put paid to those plans though, and the Newmarket Group One on October 14 is now in Stoute's sights.
He said: "That's what we are planning. He worked yesterday morning and everything was fine."
Stoute believes Crystal Ocean was betrayed by a lack of stamina in the William Hill St Leger at Doncaster on Saturday.
The progressive three-year-old looked like he wa coming to win the Classic in the closing stages under Jim Crowley, only for Capri to pull out a bit more and fend him off by half a length.
"I'd prefer to have won it, but he ran a great race, we're thrilled with him," Stoute said. "I thought he was going to win, but we won't run him beyond a mile and a half again. It was always a danger that he was a mile-and-a-half horse and that's his trip.
"Jim (Crowley) gave him a lovely ride and I always felt he might win. Jim reported he was always pretty confident, but he was just outstayed."