Bold Reflection and Alex Harvey pictured on their way to victory at Limerick© Photo Healy Racing
John McConnell's Bold Reflection will skip the Dublin Racing Festival, with targets at Aintree or Punchestown now on the agenda for the Mount Nelson bay.
Second in two point-to-point's when trained by Warren Ewing, she was subsequently sold to current connections for 140,000 pounds.
A comfortable winner on her racecourse debut at Limerick on St Stephen's Day, the five-year-old is now set for a step-up in class.
"She won't run at Leopardstown. We are going to wait a bit longer with her, I'd say she could end up in Aintree or Punchestown," McConnell revealed.
"We wouldn't really have a preference between them, we will take a look. Whenever she tells us she is ready, we will go there.
"She had the point-to-point experience and straight into a bumper for Christmas and we were pushing her for this (Leopardstown) but we said we would just back off. We'll give her a bit more time, she is only a baby.
"I'm not convinced she does (want deep ground), I think she will go on any ground really."
Additional reporting by Michael Graham