Having just failed to catch Black Caviar at Ascot, the four-year-old filly blitzed her rivals over six and a half furlongs in France and may now return to the track this weekend for the Prix Jacques le Marois over a mile.
She has races like the Prix du Moulin, in which she could meet Frankel, and the Prix de la Foret coming under consideration later in the season.
"She's come out of the race in very good form," said Head. "It was an awesome performance, she won brilliantly and had it won two furlongs out. She didn't have a hard race.
"We may go for the Jacques le Marois, I'm not sure yet. We'll just see how she is through the week. There's the Moulin in a few weeks but there's not a lot for her at her best trip.
"The Foret is her race, obviously, later in the season, but after that I don't know. I will have a talk with Mr Strawbridge [the owner] about whether she stays in training next year or goes to stud."