Chinchon, unseen since his breathtaking come-from-behind victory in the United Nations Stakes at Monmouth Park on July 3, is preparing for a North American campaign this fall at his home base in Chantilly.\r\nChinchon returned to France immediately after the United Nations, since when his trainer, Carlos Laffon-Parias, has mapped out an ambitious schedule for the 5-year-old son of Marju, who closed like a rifle shot to defeat the now-retired Take the Points by a handy 1 1/2 lengths in the 1 3/8-mile United Nations.\r\n&ldquo;He will run in the Prix Foy at Longchamp on Sept. 12 as a prep for the Canadian International on Oct. 16,&rdquo; Laffon-Parias reported from Deauville on Thursday. &ldquo;If all goes well, he will then be shipped to Louisville for the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Turf at Churchill Downs.&rdquo;\r\nChinchon earned himself an automatic berth in the Turf through his victory in the United Nations, in which he ran the best race of his life. He had previously won a pair of Group 3 races going 1 1/4 miles in France, La Coupe de Maisons-Laffitte last September, and the Prix Exbury at Saint-Cloud in March. His best effort in a Group or Grade 1 race before the United Nations came in the 2009 Queen Elizabeth II Cup at Sha Tin where he finished 1 3/4 lengths fourth to Presvis. He also finished fourth to Gio Ponti in last year&rsquo;s Man o&rsquo; War Stakes at Belmont Park.