Jadanna will go in search of black type after finishing fifth in the Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot last week.
James Given's filly had won her first two races, including the Hilary Needler Trophy at Beverley, and was ridden by Frankie Dettori in Berkshire.
She did have an entry in the Newbury Super Sprint but that plan has now been shelved.
"We're going to go down the black-type route," said Given.
"It was an unusual Queen Mary in that there were 27 runners, but she showed enough to make us think she can get some black type.
"If anything, five furlongs might be just a bit sharp for her. Frankie quite rightly decided not to chase the early pace and she was probably going as fast as she could.
"They were only one-tenth outside the course record so it was a good renewal.
"In the Super Sprint she'd have to take on colts and it would be a big field going fast and furious which might not suit her and she'd likely have a hard race.
"We'll be looking at races likes the Cherry Hinton, Listed races or the Princess Margaret or maybe even the Molecomb and eventually the Lowther."