VICTORIA Derby winner Polanski may follow a similar summer path to the one undertaken last season by All Too Hard, reports Racing Network. So impressed is Robbie Laing with how Polanssi has furnished during his spell that he is thinking of ramping up the colt’s campaign agenda.

Laing said Polanski now stands 16.2 hands high and has bulked up to 540 kilos, about 30 kilos more than he carried during his spring preparation.

“He really looks like he’s gone to another level,” Laing said.

Initially, Laing was considering running Polanski first-up in the Group 3 Autumn Stakes (1400 m) at Caulfield on February 8, a race restricted for three-year-olds.

“I’ll have a serious look at the CF Orr,” Laing said.

The Group 1 CF Orr race is run over the same trip on the same day. It was the race that All Too Hard launched his 2013 campaign.

After his CF Orr victory All Too Hard progressed to the Futurity and he was to run in the Australian Guineas, but he was struck with a virus on the morning of the race.

“I know All Too Hard was a more brilliant horse, but if you go back to this horse’s run in the Danehill (Stakes) he was clipping heels and he was just over three lengths,” Laing said.

“He’s not just a one-pace, staying three-year-old. The Orr would be a lovely race to have a crack at.”