Fourth in the Cesarewitch last season, he has won both his starts since but will not be aimed at All-Weather Finals Day.
Instead McLintock is eyeing up a crack at the £100,000 prize closer to home, as long as the track can overcome its current management issues.
"We're not looking at Finals Day, there's a big race at Musselburgh we're looking at, if it's still there of course," she said.
"We ran him early this year to make sure we got in, as the bottom-weight last year was 91 I think, so he needed to go up a few pounds.
"It's only over one-mile-six which will be sharp enough, but we ran him at Newcastle in January over a mile and a half and he had enough pace to win that.
"Races like the Chester Cup and of course the Plate at Newcastle - a track he loves - will be races he'll be aimed at."
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