Godolphin filly Mamounia will be out to further increase her broodmare value with success in the Australasian Oaks at Morphettville on Saturday.
James Cummings is hopeful that the daughter of Medaglia D'Oro can continue her good run of form into the Group 1 contest, for which she is currently a 14/1 chance. Follow the action via our Sports Live Streaming platform.
Mamounia defeated The Cunning Fox in the 2400-metre Listed Galilee Series Final at Caulfield on her latest outing on 16th April, securing her the much sought after black type.
Cummings could have sent the three-year-old to the Listed VRC St Leger at Flemington last Monday, but decided to run Alegron who went on to win the contest.
Despite drawing the outside barrier, Cummings is looking forward to Saturday's race, in which the three-year-old will be ridden by Damien Oliver.
"She's airborne I think," Cummings said. "She pulled up great from her last start win.
"We resisted the temptation of running her in the St Leger as I thought we had that covered and we should be concentrating on the Oaks with her.
"It was good to see The Cunning Fox run well in the St Leger and we recognised that he was the horse to beat in the Galilee Series Final."