Lightening Quick is likely to travel to the Curragh for a tilt at the Tattersalls Irish 1000 Guineas on May 27, according to David Redvers.

The three-year-old has won two of her three outings but has never competed at Group One level. Connections feel she is ready to make the step up.

After winning on her debut in the Ballylinch Stud Irish EBF Fillies Maiden at Leopardstown, Lightening Quick went on to disappoint with an eighth-place finish at Newmarket.

However, she returned to action following a 220-day break earlier this month by winning the Group Three Athasi Stakes at Naas.

Lightening Quick recently left trainer Ger Lyons, who worked with her mother Lightening Pearl, to link up with Johnny Murtagh.

Following a few weeks working under Murtagh, the trainer is considering sending his charge to the Curragh for a sterner test in strong company.

Sheikh Farhad’s racing manager Redvers revealed that it is yet to be confirmed although he expects the final call to be made soon.

Redvers told At The Races: “Sheikh Fahad (al Thani, owner) needs to talk to Johnny. Obviously Ger has done a fantastic job up this point in her career.

“It’s up to Sheikh Fahad and Johnny whether she now goes for the Guineas, but I suspect there is a strong likelihood that that will be the case.”

Odds subject to change.