Trainer Tony McEvoy has predicted an improved showing from the filly in her second start of the season.
Oohood is yet to win a race but was placed in all six of her starts as a two-year-old, three times at Group One level.
The filly was sent out favourite in her season return in the Silver Shadow Stakes (1200m) at Randwick on August 18 but missed a place for the first time in her career, finishing fifth in the race won by Fiesta.
“I'm putting the blinkers back on her and she'll run a much improved race on Saturday,” McEvoy said.
“She ran in the Slipper in the blinkers. I just thought she was getting a bit aggressive in them and I took them off, and I think it probably backfired a bit on me.
“So it's time for them to go back on.”
Oohood was on the third line of betting at $6 and McEvoy believes the filly has come on since her first-up run.
“She's improved and her coat is starting to come,” he said.