International star Sea Moon has pulled up sore after his Australian debut in Saturday's Makybe Diva at Flemington. Owner Lloyd Williams said it would be another week before any decision was made on where Sea Moon would race next, reports Racing Network.

Sea Moon headlined a sore and sorry fallout from the Flemington races for Williams.

“I don’t think we'll know for a week,” Williams said.

Williams said both Ranked and Thought Worthy had also pulled up sore, Ranked "very sore", after finishing second-last over 1400 and 2000 metres respectively.

He said little good came from the day at Flemington.

“I’ve got three quite sore horses,” Williams said.

Sea Moon sprawled soon after the start and was lucky to stay on his feet before finishing 12th behind Foreteller in the Makybe Diva Stakes.

“It was very disappointing, very disappointing,” Williams said.

“It’s hard to believe it could happen.”

Williams thinks Ranked's next race “may be a fair way off” while he will gain a greater insight into the extent of Thought Worthy’s soreness by midweek.

Williams said Thought Worthy pulled up sore behind after his fading ninth to Desert Jeuney in the Sofitel Girls Day Out 2000.

Jockey Steven Arnold said after the race that Thought Worthy went from “travelling to out” in a matter of strides.

Williams will be hoping for better luck this Saturday at Moonee Valley.

Ex-European galloper Seville will run in the Dato' Tan Chin Nam Stakes while another ex-import, Hartani, runs in a 1600-metre handicap.

Craig Williams will ride both horses.