Mark Two, a last-start fifth in the New Zealand Oaks, could head to Brisbane for the winter carnival.
Stablemates Mark Two and Pierrocity are a run away from booking trips to Brisbane.
Strong performances from the Stephen Marsh-trained pair next time out will see them chase age-group honours at the Queensland winter carnival.
“Mark Two will kick off again in a maiden mile at Avondale on April 25, and if she can win that she will go over,” the Cambridge conditioner said.
Mark Two hasn’t raced since she finished fifth in the Gr. 1 New Zealand Oaks at just her fourth raceday appearance.
The Pins filly had previously run second in the Gr. 2 Sir Tristram Fillies’ Classic and fourth in the Gr. 2 Royal Stakes.
Pierrocity acquitted herself well in her first attempt at a middle-distance when runner-up over 2100 metres at Pukekohe Park at her latest start.
“She’ll run next on April 21 in the Valachi Downs Champion Stakes,” Marsh said. “She’ll have blinkers on and I believe she’s still on track.
“There’s a flight on May 4, and if they go, they will both run in the Doomben Roses and then the Queensland Oaks.”
The fillies will join their stablemate Chocante, who arrived safe and sound in Sydney earlier this week before travelling on to Brisbane.
He was due to have an outing in the open sprint at Te Aroha last Saturday, but Marsh decided against running the son of Shocking.
“He’s coming up really well and he didn’t need to run on a firmish track with 60 kilograms,” he said.
Last year’s Gr. 2 Brisbane Cup winner will run in the Listed Tails Stakes at Doomben on April 21, followed by the Gr. 2 Hollindale Stakes at the Gold Coast two weeks later and then the Gr. 1 Doomben Cup on May 19.