Flying Mascot is set to be aimed for a crack at the All-Star Mile, her trainer Tom Dabernig has confirmed.
The four-year-old will resume at Caulfield on Saturday in the Geoffrey Bellmaine Stakes as preparation for the feature race in which she is priced 33/1.
Flying Mascot currently sits in tenth position on the leaderboard with a week to go until the votes close, with Saturday's race being the only chance she will get to present her credentials before voting closes the following day.
The Mannerism Stakes at Caulfield on 26th February could be next according to Dabernig if the daughter of Tavistock was to make the field for the All-Star Mile, set to be held at Flemington on 19th March.
"For me, the Mannerism and the Sunline would be more realistic for her to be winning, but because The Flying Start Syndications are a big group, they're really focussed on the All-Star Mile," Dabernig said.
"Knowing her and what's going to be in the All-Star, I think she has a better chance in a couple of other more realistic races. But I think she is going better than what she was in the spring, and she is lightly raced so you don't really know where she might get to."
Flying Mascot has four wins from ten starts with a further three placings and finished fifth in the Empire Rose Stakes at Flemington during Melbourne Cup week.