Trainer Ger Lyons is hoping that quarantine rules in Britain will be relaxed to allow Colin Keane to ride Siskin in the Sussex Stakes at Glorious Goodwood later this month.
Keane steered Siskin to victory in the 2000 Guineas at the Curragh last month to provide both him and Lyons their maiden classic success.
As things stand, jockeys need to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival to the UK as part of COVID-19 restrictions and Lyons says that wouldn't allow Keane to make the trip to Goodwood.
"I'm trying to be kind to the horse, but he's getting fresh," the Meath handler said on Nick Luck's Daily Podcast.
"I don't think you can have an easy run in a Group One and he lost a bit of weight, so the timing is perfect between the Irish Guineas and Goodwood.
"Getting him there is the next problem and then - hopefully in the middle of July it won't be an issue - but there's the 14-day isolation which means Colin can't go over and ride him.
"We'd have to run him still as it's his three-year-old career, we can't lock the horse up so we'd have to go over - there's loads of jockeys so that's not a problem, but Colin's his jockey and it's nice to keep your own man intact.
"We sing off the same hymn sheet so it would be nice. Hopefully the Government restrictions will be lifted by then."