Connections of the horse placed behind Camelot in the QIPCO 2000 Guineas are plotting Classic success of their own.
Nicolas Clement, trainer of runner-up French Fifteen, said: "I'm delighted with that and the winner was exceptional. It's possible we could go for the French Derby or St James's Palace next."
Mikel Delzangles was thrilled with the effort of Hermival who finished third having emerged as the comfortable winner of the group racing on the far side.
"It's a pity he was on his own on that (far) side and he was in front very early. I can't complain, he ran a great race and the two in front of him are definitely good horses," he said.
"It was only his third ever run so I hope he can improve. He's in the Irish Guineas and we will see about that."
Richard Hannon said of fourth-placed Trumpet Major: "Richard (Hughes) said the ground got him, he's run a good race but when he got into the dip he just got stuck in it - three out Richard said he thought he would win and I thought so too.
"I don't think I would run him on ground like that again and we will probably go to Ascot, which gives us six weeks for the St James's Palace but the ground would need to be right for him."
Richard Hughes added of Trumpet Major: "He ran a blinder but got stuck in the ground in the dip. He quickens on good ground but couldn't quicken on that."
William Buick was pleased with the run of Fencing in sixth, saying: "I was delighted and he will improve for this."
Alan McCabe said of ninth home Caspar Netscher: "He's run a stormer. The race didn't pan out as we wanted and we probably got to the front too soon. We ended up following the wrong horse who didn't lead us for long enough.
"I think we will go back to seven furlongs for his next run, maybe the Jersey at Royal Ascot or perhaps to France. A return to a mile later in the season is not out of the question."
Johnny Murtagh felt Born To Sea (12th) "ran too keen" and Frankie Dettori said of Talwar (18th) "I made the running but he was just a bit too free."
James Doyle isn't giving up on Top Offer (16th) saying: "He travelled really well but just struggled to cope with the ground going into the dip. He got very tired. It's very testing out there for a horse with a turn of foot and it just blunts their speed."