Bartholomeu Dias is set to have his sights lowered following his fine effort in Saturday's Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot.
Third behind the useful Masar on his racecourse debut at Goodwood, the Mount Nelson colt was stepped up to Listed class on the final day of the Royal meeting and was doing his best work at the finish as he passed the post fourth behind new 1000 Guineas favourite September.
Trainer Michael Halford is keen to let the dust settle on Irishcorrespondent's creditable effort at Royal Ascot before committing to future targets.
The son of Teofilo made a most impressive start to his career at Leopardstown in April and followed up in similarly taking fashion at the Curragh the following month.
After tomorrow I am taking a Summer vacation, one I'm sure many of you following recently will be hoping I benefit from in the tipping department! Me too! In meantime, here's a pair of confident picks to kick off the new week....
LETMESTOPYOUTHERE (stall 5 of 6) takes while to hit top gear and has a poor record when racing around a turn, recording form figures of: 0625488768 (0-10). On straight tracks, or those with a slight dog-leg, his record is far more encouraging: 1275940212 (2-10).