Red Duke could drop back to seven furlongs for the Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot after finishing 11th in Saturday's QIPCO 2000 Guineas at Newmarket.
The Group Two-winning colt was beaten a little under ten lengths in the first Classic of the season and trainer feels the rain-softened ground did his charge no favours.
"He's come out of the race fine. The ground was just well against him on the day," said Quinn.
"He prefers proper fast ground and a mile on soft ground probably stretches him anyway, but he was still beaten less than 10 lengths.
"He wasn't disgraced and there were a lot of good horses around him and behind him. We'll just have to wait for the ground to change in the summer and we'll look forward to that.
"He's in the Irish Guineas, but I might just lower our sights a bit and try to get his head in front. I wouldn't rule out something like the Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot.
"He'd have a penalty there, but a stiff seven furlongs on a bit of fast ground would be grand for him and hopefully he'd be good enough to carry it."