A disappointed Darren Weir has conceded he won’t be running stable star Puissance de Lune for a good while.

“He’s really jarred-up after Saturday. I’m just going to watch him for a week but put it this way, he won’t be running in any more big races this spring,” he told Racing Network on Monday morning.

Weir firmly believes the track at Flemington was too hard on Saturday and said many of his runners felt the ground and were jarred-up after they ran.

May’s Dream is another.

"She’ll be okay, but she was jarred-up and had some heat in her joints,” he said.

Puissance de Lune was in the right place to pounce on Saturday but he wouldn’t let go on that ground,” he said.

“I honestly don’t know when he’ll run again.

"I’ll just have to see how he is before we make any plans.”

Weir said May’s Dream, the Group 1 Schweppes Oaks winner in April at Morphettville, would now go to the Group 2 $200,000 Tristarc Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield in two weeks, before the Group 1 $500,000 Myer Classic (1600m) at Flemington on Derby Day (November 1).