Super Cash will continue her push for a Group 1 credit when she steps out against the open class horses in Saturday's $1million Darley Goodwood at Morphettville in Adelaide.

The five-year-old, who is a three-time Group 2 winner, was to have gone straight to Queensland following her Sangster Stakes run in Adelaide earlier this month, but her trainer Andrew Noblet explained the mare barely got warm in the Group 1 race won by Shoals as she was stuck behind a wall of horses.

"It was a bit of a non-event really," Noblet said on Monday. "She never got out, never got a go at them.

"The Goodwood was not part of the plan at the start of the prep as we just thought she'd have a bit of a tougher run in the Sangster then we'd go up the Brisbane with her," he said. "But because she came through that run really well and was never really tested in that run, we've left her there (Adelaide) to go around again on Saturday."

oblet believed he had the mare in career-best condition going into the $1million Sangster, which made it tougher to watch her trying to climb over horses in the home straight.

"I thought she was in very good order going into the Sangster," he said. "We had her very fit and she was very well in herself and it was just a shame and a pretty hard watch in that race."

Although a rising six-year-old, Noblet said there was a chance the mare could race on next season as she has continued to improve with age.

"We'll see how she comes through this preparation," he said. "The owners are of the opinion that if we are happy with her, we'll race on.

"They are in it to race and they will breed with her so there's no rush to get her to the breeding barn yet."

As for Queensland, Noblet said there was a most enticing Group 1 race for mares to wind up the season. "If we can get her up there, we’ll aim her at the Tatts Tiara," he said.


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