Red Cadeaux has options in Japan and Hong Kong after another creditable run in the Dubai World Cup on Saturday.
Second in the race 12 months ago, the much-travelled eight-year-old this time finished a staying-on sixth from a wide draw.
Trainer Ed Dunlop said :”He’s still in Dubai and a decision on his next race is likely to be made in the next 48 hours.”
He went on: “He could go back to Japan for the Tenno Sho, in which he was third last year, or go to Hong Kong for the Queen Elizabeth II Cup.
“I’m pretty certain he won’t be going to Singapore this year, though.
“The draw didn’t help him on Saturday. He was too wide, but he picked up well from off the pace – one of the only horses who did on that surface all night. He could have been fourth with a clearer run.
“What it did show was that even at eight years of age he is still going to be competitive in the top races.
“He’s now won over �4million which is simply incredible.”Read the rest of the story British Horseracing Authority News Headlines