In Her Time has come through her Everest run in great order and remains on track for a Group One sprint assignment in Melbourne.
Trainer Kris Lees said it was hard to fault the mare's effort in the $14 million dollar race in which she finished ninth, just over four lengths from winner Yes Yes Yes.
“She got a bit of buffeting and was pushed off the track at a vital stage,” Lees said.
“She has bounced out of it quite well.
Lees is following a similar path to last spring when In Her Time finished seventh in the Everest and was a close second to Santa Ana Lane in the VRC Sprint down the Flemington straight.
He confirmed the mare would return to Melbourne for another shot at the 1200m-straight sprint at Flemington on Saturday week.
Her stablemate Graff remains in work and will be set for an assignment closer to home.
The $1 million The Hunter (1300m) is a new race which will be held at the stand-alone Saturday meeting at Graff's home track of Newcastle on November 16.