Dissavril will step up in class at Aintree next month after connections of the potentially exciting mare decided against running her at Sandown on Saturday.
Emma Lavelle's six-year-old grey made a big impression on her British debut at Market Rasen in January when she won a Listed mares' bumper by two and a quarter lengths.
Dissavril had been thought likely to contest a similar race at the weekend, but she will instead head to Aintree for the Grade Two mares' bumper on April 12.
Owner Paul Jacobs said: "I took a view that we would rather keep her for Aintree.
"The ground might be chewed up at Sandown so I think spring ground at Aintree might suit her far better than running her at a tough, uphill track, when the going might not be in her favour.
"She will also not have to carry a 4lb penalty at Aintree and I think the track, on better ground, will be better for her.
"Having won a Listed race, she deserves a shot at a Grade Two."
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