Trainer Pat Prendergast accepts recent Curragh runner-up Bwana could soon be vacating his Kildare stables.
The Footstepsinthesand colt won well at Cork in April and turned in arguably an even better performance when second to the much-touted The Great War in a five-furlong maiden on Monday.
Prendergast said: "He's a very nice horse to have, but there's a possibility he could be sold.
"If not, I'll sit quiet with him and we'll look at the good six or seven-furlong races.
"You won't see him over five (furlongs) again.
"If all reports are right, they think very highly of that one at Ballydoyle so my fellow put up a very good performance.
"He's not top drawer, but he's not far off."