No immediate plans for Ulysses
Plans for Ulysses remain fluid following his return to winning ways at Goodwood.
Ulysses: Has options at York and in France
The son of Derby hero Galileo and Oaks victor Light Shift was hugely impressive when shedding his maiden tag at Newbury in May, but was bitterly disappointing when bidding to emulate his father in the world's most famous Flat race at Epsom.
However, Sir Michael Stoute's charge got his career back on track with a stylish display in the Gordon Stakes and connections are hoping he can enjoy a positive second half of the season.
Alan Cooper, racing manager for the owners Flaxman Stables Ireland, said: "We were delighted with him at Goodwood and he's come out of the race in good shape, so hopefully we can go forward from here.
"We are in no hurry to make any definite plans. He's in the Great Voltigeur at York and there's also the Prix Guillaume d'Ornano at Deauville.
"There are plenty of options and we will let Sir Michael decide what he thinks is the best option for the horse."