Laurel will miss the rest of the season due to the injury which saw her ruled out of Royal Ascot.
John and Thady Gosden’s lightly-raced daughter of Kingman was due to line-up in the Duke of Cambridge Stakes at the summer showcase, but was a late absentee having suffered setback the weekend before her intended engagement.
Connections did have their sights on a quick return in the Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket later this week.
But it appears the issue is more serious than first envisaged with the Group One-placed filly set to remain on the sidelines for the rest of the current campaign and a decision on her future still to be made.
“Unfortunately she is going to miss the rest of the season,” explained Barry Mahon, European racing manager for owners Juddmonte.
“Initially it looked like it was going to be an insignificant thing, but it turned out to be a bit more than we thought.
“She’s on her way back to the farm for a rest, she definitely won’t run again this season and it is to be decided whether she stays in training next year or not.
“She’s a very lightly-raced filly and John and Thady both said to me last week they would love to keep her in training next year.
“She’s a high-class filly who could win a Group One and she’s only run five times in her life so I can sort of understand their point and maybe that is the right thing to do. But we will speak with Prince Khalid’s family and see what they would like to do and unfortunately she won’t be running again this season.”