Jockey Club chairman Ronald Arculli and trainer John Size plan to adopt a wait-and-see approach before deciding if River Dancer will become Hong Kong's next international ambassador in four weeks' time. An upset winner of the Audemars Piquet Queen Elizabeth II Cup (Group One, 2,000m) on April 25, River Dancer confirmed that form with a gritty second to stablemate Super Kid in yesterday's Champions & Chater Cup. River Dancer is entered for the US$2 million Takarazuka Kinen over 2,200 metres at Hanshin racecourse on June 27. Apart from the obvious attraction of the big purse, which converts to $15.6 million in Hong Kong currency, River Dancer is eligible for an incentive bonus of US$1 million if he completes the QEII Cup-Takarazuka Kinen double. 'It's on the agenda and I'll be discussing it with the owner in the coming week,' said Size. 'At this stage, the race is a possibility. I can't tell you any more.' The Size stable banked a fat $2 million bonus yesterday with Super Kid, who had also won the Group One Stewards' Cup at 1,600 metres earlier in the season. There had been a further $3 million available if Super Kid had won the Hong Kong Gold Cup to complete the Hong Kong stayers' triple crown.