Mojo Star will be hoping a crack at the St Leger will give his connections the Classic victory they have been searching for this summer.
Narrowly beaten on his first two starts, the Sea The Stars colt justified the bold decision to run in the Derby at Epsom by finishing a clear second behind the impressive Adayar.
That fine effort prompted connections to tackle the Irish equivalent at the Curragh on Saturday, but Mojo Star endured a rough trip on his way to finishing fifth behind Hurricane Lane, who had finished just over three lengths behind him three weeks earlier.
Trainer Richard Hannon said: "He's come back fine. He's just been out in the pen since and had a trot yesterday and today.
"He's none the worse for it and we'll have a chat to connections about where we go from here.
"We were still pleased with the way he ran the other day - he got up to finish fifth.
"It was just one of those things - he's a big, long striding horse and if he gets squeezed or inconvenienced at any stage it stops a lot of his momentum, which he needs."
Connections retain the option of dropping down in grade for a maiden if they wish, but Hannon hopes he will win a Group One prize somewhere along the line.
He added: "He's in the King George (at Ascot) and the Princess of Wales's Stakes (at Newmarket) and obviously the St Leger is an option later on in the year.
"He's fit and he doesn't need to do any more (work). At some stage we'll take an easy run and then go back into something big.
"I'd love to have a crack at the Leger, but we'll see how we go."