Snow Fairy will run in the Emirates Airline Champions Stakes at Newmarket before heading to Japan for the Queen Elizabeth II Commemorative Cup.
Ed Dunlop is to resist the temptation to run the dual Oaks heroine in the Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf and will instead aim for the ultra-valuable Kyoto feature on November 14.
Snow Fairy was due to run in Sunday's Prix de l'Opera at Longchamp, but was taken out due to the testing ground.
Dunlop said: "The first prize for the Kyoto race, which is over a mile and three furlongs on turf, is £692,000, but the JRA (Japan Racing Association) have come up with a special bonus scheme which means that the win purse would be doubled for certain Group One winners should they finish in the first three.
"Being the Epsom Oaks heroine, Snow Fairy qualifies, so we are looking at a pot of £1.384million if the filly should happen to win.
"The prize-money is excellent out there and, unlike the Breeders Cup, the authorities contribute towards the expenses for connections.
"It is well worth giving it a go - we would pick up more than £350,000 for third — and the Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf can wait until next year.
"However, first Snow Fairy will take in the Champion down the road from us.
"I know it was a lovely sunny day in Paris on Sunday, but I am sure that we made the right decision to bypass the Opera as the ground was still very soft and the filly would not have enjoyed those conditions.
"She will have a couple more pieces of work before the Champion and, hopefully, we might get some drying weather before then.
"But we will then have four weeks before Japan so the timing between the two races is OK."