The rising six-year-old finished fourth in the field of five and is expected to be given a more serious test in an official barrier trial at Cranbourne on August 6.
Trainer Ciaron Maher said a decision on Jameka's racing future would not be made until after the Cranbourne trial.
“She trialled well,” Maher said.
“Mark was happy enough with her.
“I've always said we won't make any decision until the next one when she trials at Cranbourne, but she seems to have come through the jump-out in pretty good order.
“She had a bit of a blow and we'll see how she pulls up tomorrow, but on face value she seemed fine.”
Jameka has not raced since her dominant win in the Group One BMW (2400m) during the 2017 Sydney autumn carnival, having suffered travel sickness after that race.