Trainer Paul Messara has confirmed Australian mare Ortensia will remain in England for another tilt at Group 1 success.
Ortensia improved on her King's Stand failure to finish a creditable fourth in Saturday's July Cup (1200m) at Newmarket on a waterlogged track.
Messara says he is keen to try his luck in the Nunthorpe Stakes (1000m) at York next month.
"She hated the track, didn't handle it at all and she'd never run on ground anything like that before," Messara said.
"On that basis, it was a huge run and we'll see how we go in the Nunthorpe."
The Nunthorpe, on August 24, is part of the British Champions Series. Former Australian Soul, a Group 3 winner at Newbury on Saturday, is among the entries for the race.
Soul backed up his fine fourth behind Black Caviar in the Diamond Jubilee at Ascot with his first victory since being transferred from Darley Australia to Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin operation.
Ortensia tried valiantly, but was clearly unhappy in the going, unlike winner Mayson, who led throughout.
Ridden by Paul Hanagan for trainer Richard Fahey, Mayson was never in danger, going to the line five lengths clear of The Cheka.
Society Rock, who started favourite following the withdrawal of Bated Breath, finished third.
"When the conditions are like this, I think you are just grateful they have run well," Society Rock's trainer James Fanshawe said.
Last season's champion Australian juvenile Sepoy also struggled in the conditions and beat just one home at what was his final start.
He will now go into quarantine before returning to Australia to stand at Darley in the spring.
Soul, a winner at Meydan in March, delighted his trainer Saeed bin Suroor. "Soul ran very well today on ground that took a lot of effort," he said.Australian Associated Press
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