Gary Moore is favouring waiting for the Aintree Hurdle with impressive National Spirit winner Camping Ground.
Having his first run since leaving Robert Walford, the seven-year-old won the Grade Two by 29 lengths after making all the running.
He holds an entry in the Sun Bets Stayers' Hurdle over three miles at Cheltenham, but Moore feels that would stretch his stamina.
"It was nice for the horse, he did it well and has come out of it pretty good. We just need to work out where to go with him now," Moore told At The Races.
"If I had my way, I'm only still learning about him, so I'd rather save him for Liverpool to be perfectly honest.
"I think two miles is too sharp and three miles is too far, so we need to go somewhere in between and we're better off waiting for Liverpool."