It remains all systems go towards a Queensland winter run for Caulfield mare Super Cash but plans may have changed in relation to which feature she'll target according to trainer Andrew Noblet.

Noblet had previously been adamant the five-year-old would stay against her own sex and race in the Group 1 Tattersalls Tiara at Doomben on June 23.

But holding a nomination for the G1 Stradbroke Handicap on Saturday week, and having thrived since her worthy Goodwood performance, Noblet said the $1.5 million feature is now being seriously considered.

"We were really impressed with her last run and how she's come through, it's put the Stradbroke back on the agenda a bit," Noblet said.

"I'll speak to the owners with the plan to second accept and all going well she'll travel up to Brisbane next week but we'll just wait and see."

The Written Tycoon mare is currently 19th in the order of entry for the Stradbroke Handicap and will carry 51.5kg if she runs.

Noblet said maximising the chances of a maiden win at the elite level is a strong consideration when deciding the next move for Super Cash, a multiple Group 2 winner.

"She's in super condition and has been a bit unlucky this prep, but if she can stay in this kind of order and get a bit of luck I'm confident she has the ability to strike at the top level," Noblet said.

BY RACING.COM


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