After Friday's win in the Listed Galilee Series Final at Caulfield, a drop back to 2000 metres or a step up to 2800 metres could be the options for Mamounia.
The daughter of Medaglia D'Oro could well line up in the Group 1 Australasian Oaks over 2000 metres on 30th April, for which she is priced at 6/1 to win, and you can catch the action on our Sports Live Streaming hub.
The Galilee is traditionally a stepping stone to the VRC St Leger on ANZAC Day, although no horse has managed to complete the double since the Caulfield feature was established in 2009 with inaugural winner Precedence closest when second at Flemington.
However, that race also remains one of the options for the James Cummings-trained filly, along with the aforementioned Australasian Oaks, the Queensland Oaks, or the SA Fillies Classic.
"I think any staying race was to contend she'd be a factor," Godolphin's Melbourne representative Sean Keogh said.
"Only yesterday James was saying that there is plenty of speed there so it is a credit to the horse and the speed that she would have herself.
"Now that she's conditioned with a couple of runs under her belt, she's a lovely staying prospect. There are plenty of options in Victoria and interstate so she has a bright future."