Monday's trial over 990m is set to be the mare's last piece of serious work before she flies out to Perth on Sunday for the Group One sprint on December 1.
Trainer Lloyd Kennewell is looking forward to returning to Perth for the Winterbottom and racing on a firmer track in the west.
“It was bottomless in The Everest, wetter than you could possibly imagine,” Kennewell said.
“Her wheels were spinning. She travelled good until she had to come off the bridle.
“As he (Joe Bowditch) pushed her along, she just said no.
“So the firm conditions are going to suit her and as long as all goes well from now until the race, all will be fine.”
After The Everest Viddora had some paddock time to freshen for the Perth trip with the trainer saying she benefited from the break.
“She's starting to get a few dapples up with the way the weather is turning, which is good,” Kennewell said.
“She spent a bit of time at the farm at Merricks Station, had four or five days there, R and R.
“It's a beautiful spot. She really enjoys it there.”
Kennewell says Monday's trial will blow the cobwebs from Viddora and now that he is training at Caulfield it will cut down on extra float travel.
“There'll be two less float trips for us, so that'll make life a bit easier,” Kennewell said.
“You've just got to hope everything goes right and if it does she should be right in the finish again.”