Second to Charlie Appleby's Masar at Sandown, the Ken Condon-trained juvenile beat the rest comfortably in the Group Three contest.
"I'd like to run him once more this season," said Condon.
"The winner of the Solario is very highly regarded and I thought he stayed seven furlongs well.
"He's in the Middle Park and the Dewhurst and also the Grand Criterium at Saint-Cloud, but the ground could be too testing by then in October.
"I think, as long as it's not quick ground, we'll drop back to six for the Middle Park."
He added: "At the Curragh the time before he'd been very edgy and blew his chance, but I was much happier with the way he conducted himself in the preliminaries at Sandown.
"He works like a very nice horse and there are nice races to be won."