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David Wachman is in no rush to make any immediate big plans for Galileo Rock following his runaway debut victory at Leopardstown on Thursday.
The stoutly-bred son of Galileo could not have been more impressive on his racecourse introduction over a mile, pulling right away for a seven-length success.
Bookmakers were quick to introduce the colt at 25-1 for next year's Investec Derby at Epsom, but Wachman has yet to map out firm ideas for the rest of the current campaign.
"He's a nice horse and a real three-year-old in the making. He looks an exciting prospect," said Wachman.
"We haven't done a whole lot with him, but he seemed to be quite a nice horse at home before his run at Leopardstown.
"He's going to be more of a three-year-old so we won't rush him and we'll take our time and try and pick the right races for him.
"He's in all the big races, so we'll have a look and see."