Dual Group 1 winner Kenedna has returned to training with Ciaron Maher and David Eustace and the co-trainers are now weighing up whether to target the Caulfield Cup (2400m) or Cox Plate (2040m) with the rising six-year-old.
“She has just gone back into some very light work down at the beach,” Eustace said.
“She had a super campaign and she will be aimed at the spring races. We haven’t quite worked out whether she’s going to go in handicap company in the Caulfield Cup or we aim for the Cox Plate. Her lead-up runs, we’ll be guided by those a little bit.”