Trainer David Oughton will make an early start on overseas targets for Bowman's Crossing after announcing he will run in the Singapore Airlines International Cup on May 16. In a change, the fast-finishing fourth-placed horse in Sunday's Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup will join David Hayes-trained Ain't Here in the second leg of the World Series at Kranji. 'He's been in the entries for Singapore all along even though I hadn't really thought to go there,' Oughton said yesterday. 'But the entries for it look to have cut up a bit now and, unless the Godolphin horse, Vespone runs, Bowman's Crossing will nearly be the highest-rated runner in the field. A final decision will depend on how he is in training during the next few days but, all being well, he will go.' Michael Kinane will partner Bowman's Crossing, who has been plagued by bad barriers in several of the biggest races this season. 'He doesn't have to be out the back all the time if he draws in closer but when he gets the outside gate every start, there aren't too many options,' Oughton said. 'There is definitely a big race in Bowman's Crossing and it's a shame to see the horse racing so well but unable to win one.' The trip has thrown Bowman's Crossing's visit to Royal Ascot into doubt but Oughton is confident the quarantine questions will be answered positively. 'He goes into 30 days' quarantine this weekend for the Royal Ascot trip and going to Singapore means he will have to race out of quarantine,' the trainer explained. 'However, he will be in a quarantine environment while he is there and we're hopeful that the authorities in the UK will accept that situation. The indications are that it will be ok.' David Hayes' Derby placegetter, Ain't Here will also run at Kranji in the Cup. 'He's owned there and I think there were extenuating circumstances to his QE II Cup run,' he said yesterday. 'At first I was disappointed but you can see on the replay that he and Paolini virtually spent the whole race bumping because Paolini wanted to get away from the inside, and Ain't Here was pushed off the track. I think in the end they both got sick and tired of it and stopped racing.' At Sha Tin this afternoon, John Size will try to add the Champions Mile to his Group Ones this term in the QE II Cup and Stewards Cup but has no grand plans for Super Kid this season win, lose or draw. 'He's well and I hope he'll run well. Has already won a Group One so he's done his job. We'll see how he comes through this before making any decisions,' said Size, who won last year's Champions Mile with Electronic Unicorn. 'Super Kid might run one more time in the Queen's Silver Jubilee Cup in three weeks, but I'm keen to have him back in good shape for next season, too.'