After her winning debut over fences at the Berkshire track, the seven-year-old is set for a return in either the Ladbrokes Novices’ Chase over two and a half miles on November 30 or the Ladbrokes John Francome Novices’ Chase over three furlongs further a day later.
Greatrex said: “She will go back to Newbury. She will be entered in both the two-and-a-half-mile on the Friday and the two-mile-seven on the Saturday.
“We will then look at the ground and see which is the best race at the time. If it came up soft I would probably keep her at two and a half – if it wasn’t I might go up to two-miles-seven.”
La Bague Au Roi won new admirers with her highly-encouraging debut chase success.
Her Lambourn trainer added: “I was thinking about other races – but she loves Newbury.
“The race she ran in the other day could have been a Grade Two. The way she took on the boys and never batted an eyelid was impressive
“She has probably taken that last run the best she has come out of a race, so she absolutely loved it.
“If I do want to go for the Kauto Star at Kempton I need to be running her around then to give her the best part of a month off in between. For me, I still think she deserves a big one, and maybe that could be over fences.”