Ervedya will aim to continue her development in the Prix Morny at Deauville
Last Updated: 05/08/14 12:12pm
Ervedya will aim to continue her development in the Prix Morny at Deauville on August 24.
The Jean-Claude Rouget-trained filly maintained her unbeaten record when topping the colts in the Prix de Cabourg on Sunday, barely coming off the bridle.
Georges Rimaud, racing manager for owner the Aga Khan, said: "She is entered in the Prix Morny and that is the aim now.
"She was very impressive and Jean-Claude is very satisfied with her.
"It is pleasing to beat the colts but it is more pleasing to see her race perfectly, settle well and win comfortably.
"She finished the race off well and looked to have more (stamina in reserve) but we are not looking to step her up in trip yet anyway.
"She handles any ground which is another plus and she is very exciting."
Rimaud had no excuses for Narniyn, the heavily-backed favourite who finished second behind John Gosden's Sultanina in the Nassau Stakes at Goodwood on Saturday.
"Narniyn ran very well but she was just beaten by a better horse on the day," said Rimaud.
"She had to travel over which was a possible disadvantage and I don't think she was beaten just because the ground was quick.
"The winner looks very good indeed."