After winning the Group Three Coolmore Stud Fairy Bridge Stakes at Tipperary in the summer, One Master improved further to claim a shock victory in the Group One Prix de la Foret on Arc day at ParisLongchamp, defying her huge price in the market (47/1) to land the spoils.
The William Haggas-trained four-year-old then posted another impressive performance last Saturday when narrowly beaten by a length into fifth place by the Sir Michael Stoute-trained Expert Eye, in the Breeders' Cup Mile at Churchill Downs.
Haggas shared his views in an interview on Friday: "I thought One Master ran a fantastic race from where she was drawn (stall one), because the ground was at its softest on the inside.
"She has been invited to Hong Kong for the Mile, so we'll certainly look at that.
"She's only been home from America a few days and hasn't been ridden yet, so we'll see how she is, but we'll give Hong Kong strong consideration."
One Master was one of two runners in Kentucky for the Newmarket handler, and Queen Of Bermuda also put in a creditable effort to finish fourth in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint on what was confirmed as her final appearance for the Haggas yard.
"We had two runners, and I was very proud of both of them," Haggas stated.
"Queen Of Bermuda ran very well as well - so although we didn't hit the board in terms of winners, I was very pleased.
"Queen Of Bermuda is staying in America and is going to be trained by Graham Motion."
Published at 11:45am.