Super Cash impressed many with her fast-finishing second placing in the Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap, but the question remains whether the well-known fresh performer can shine again when she lines up in the G1 Tatts Tiara.
Trainer Andrew Noblet confirmed the five-year-old has pulled-up fine from her Stradbroke hit-out and will chase an elusive win at the elite level in the $500,000 feature on June 23.
"She's been going great, I don't even think that was one of her best runs but she got in the right place and with a bit of luck she was able to produce," Noblet said.
While a Group 1 victory still eludes the daughter of Written Tycoon, there's no denying she has good first-up form, winning five of her six career victories when racing fresh.
Next week's Doomben feature for fillies and mares will be her fourth run this campaign, but Noblet is confident she's primed for another good showing.
"We all know she's good fresh, but she's continued to show improvement in each run," said the Caulfield trainer.
"I think she's getting through her runs a lot better because she hasn't been racing on rock-hard tracks."
Star Adelaide jockey Jamie Kah retains the ride after partnering the speedster in each of her past two starts, the successful placing in the G1 Stradbroke and an admirable fourth in the G1 Goodwood where she finished just two lengths behind winner Santa Ana Lane.
"Jamie did her best on Saturday and said she felt great in the run, she certainly wants to stay on her," he said.
Like Super Cash, a win in the final Group 1 race of the season would be a fairytale result for South Australia's leading jockey, with Kah still chasing her first victory at the sport's highest level.
Super Cash (green and black) second behind Santa Anna Lane in the Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben, picture Stevehart.com.au