If recent trackwork is anything to go by, co-trainer Tom Dabernig is confident former West Australian mare Ellicazoom is set to give the Magic Millions Fillies And Mares race a shake at the Gold Coast.
Ellicazoom resumes from an eight-week let-up in Saturday's $1 million 1300m-race and will be out to repeat the form which earned her a Group Three Cockram Stakes win in September.
“Ellicazoom has been flying at home,” Dabernig said.
“She is good first-up or fresh and she has really been working the place down.
“I think the 1300 metres is a nice in-between distance for her and if she runs up to her best she will certainly be in it.”
Ellicazoom is one of five runners for Lindsay Park co-trainers David and Ben Hayes and Dabernig on Saturday's rich Magic Millions program.
After winning the Cockram Stakes first-up she ran second in another Group Three sprint for mares at Caulfield.
Her spring ended after unplaced runs in the Tristarc Stakes and Kevin Heffernan Stakes.