Connections of High Dream Milena are to lodge an appeal against the decision of the Maisons-Laffitte stewards to take no action after she met interference when finishing fourth in the Prix Robert Papin on Sunday.
Criquette Head-Maarek's filly was stopped in her tracks at the one-furlong pole by the eventual winner, Unfortunately, before running on strongly to be beaten just over a length.
The racecourse stewards did look at the finish but chose to take no action.
"She was unlucky and the owner wants to appeal so we will do," Head-Maarek said.
"There's no doubt the winner did interfere with her and (Pierre-Charles) Boudot had to stop riding.
"She was nearly brought to a stop but got going again and finished strongly.
"Without that happening she'd have been much closer. Would she have won? I don't know.
"She's a very nice filly but I was worried she might lack a little experience for a race like that.
"We'll look to the Prix Morny next. A little extra distance will suit her as she won on her debut over six furlongs.
"These things happen in racing. It certainly cost her a better position, for sure."