Racing's governing body is still hoping to save the Ayr Gold Cup after the Scottish course had to abandon its entire three-day fixture due to an unsafe patch of ground caused by heavy rain.
Officials are working to reschedule the race at another course in the near future while Ayr gets to the bottom of the problem that caused the three days of racing to be lost.
Tabarrak claimed victory on what could be his final start in Britain with a tenacious success in the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship Cup Stakes at Newbury.
Bath's fixture on October 2 will be an all-sprint affair while its scheduled final meetings of the Flat season will be shared between Lingfield and Yarmouth.
Problems with chaffer grubs, who have damaged part of the course, meant that the Somerset track had to condense last weekend's two-day meeting into an all-sprint card on the Sunday.