So You Think is likely to stay in training next year, according to Coolmore Australia's racing manager Tom Magnier.
The Aidan O'Brien-trained five-year-old has won three Group Ones since his arrival from Australia, but could only finish fourth in Sunday's Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.
However, the Ballydoyle horse still looks poised to remain in competitive action next season.
Magnier said: "The horse has shown no signs that he is ready to go to stud.
"You can't take anything away from the horse. In the closing stages he kept fighting. He fought on and on and on.
"We are disappointed he didn't finish closer, but there is still plenty of horse to go on with.
"We think this horse can keep keep winning these Group 1 races. The trainer thinks there is a hell of a lot in the horse's tank.
"Let's get this season out of the way and I'd say we'd probably continue into next season."
So You Think might also run again this term, with the Qipco Champion Stakes at Ascot on Saturday week still a live possibility.
Magnier said: "That would be an option that would be seriously considered."
Charles O'Brien has yet to decide whether Bewitched will see a racecourse again following her creditable performance in Sunday's Prix de la Foret at Longchamp.
Although no match for Dream Ahead and Goldikova, the four-year-old filly was far from disgraced in finishing fourth.
O'Brien believes more conservative tactics could have seen her finish a place closer.
Whatever happens, this will be Bewitched's final season in training.
"She seems to have come out of the race fine and I was happy with the way she ran," said the Co Kildare handler. "If we'd ridden her differently we would probably have finished third, but we rode her to win.
"I'm not sure what we'll do with her next. She's entered at Ascot (Qipco British Champions Sprint, October 15) and there is also a possible race for her at Woodbine, but we'll just see how she is.
"She's being retired at the end of the season so she'll either have one more run somewhere or she won't run again."