The form received a timely boost when the runner-up Lil Grey went one better at the Curragh last Friday, and Stack is looking forward to seeing his charge run in Ascot’s Chesham Stakes – but it remains to be seen whose colours he will be carrying.
Stack said: “He’s in good shape and the plan is for him to go to the sale on Monday night and then go for the Chesham.
“We’ve been happy with him since Leopardstown and the form is working out well.”
Mohican Heights is likely to be part of a small but select Stack squad bound for Berkshire next week.
Like Mohican Heights, the latter is set to be sold on the eve of the Royal meeting before running in either the Queen Mary or the Windsor Castle Stakes.
American Lady remains a maiden after four starts, but did finish a promising fourth in a Group Three at Naas on her latest start.