World-class sprinter All Thrills Too will not go to the Dubai World Cup meeting next month despite his hollow barrier trial win at Sha Tin yesterday. Trainer David Hayes said last night a final decision would be made this week, but he did not expect All Thrills Too to be at Nad Al Sheba on March 29 and he would have his next run six days earlier in the Centenary Sprint Cup (1,000 metres). 'I would say 90 per cent likely he'll stay home and it would take a major change of heart for him to go. We know how good he is here and we have two great Group One races coming up in the Centenary Cup and the Chairman's Sprint,' Hayes said. The all-weather trial was intended to guide Hayes on All Thrills Too's prowess on the dirt before a final decision on a start in the US$2 million Golden Shaheen. The Hong Kong Sprint winner trailed speedy stablemate Songs Of The Sun before he cruised away to win the heat easily, but his performance did not remove all doubt. 'Songs Of The Sun took them along quickly, but of course I had to have his interests at heart, too, and told Dwayne Dunn to hold him together in the final 200 metres,' Hayes said. 'That meant there was nothing to make All Thrills Too really race down the straight. His trial was certainly good, but as a test for a top-grade dirt race it would have been better to see something there able to go with him.' But while Hayes has all but ruled Dubai out, he is still looking internationally and said the gelding's schedule had more options now. 'If he went to Dubai, then that would probably have been it for the season and that is why I always said he was only a 50-50 chance to go,' he said. 'But now we have the two domestic races and then Singapore or Royal Ascot if All Thrills Too continues to hold his form.' The first of those is the S$1 million Kris Flyer Sprint (1,200 metres) at Kranji on May 17. Hayes said: 'Although Kranji is left-handed unlike Hong Kong, I know All Thrills Too goes around that way because we have tried him that way with Dubai in mind. And I certainly haven't dropped the idea of taking him to England for the Group One at Ascot.'