Group 1-winning mare Kenedna will chase another victory at the elite level during Brisbane's winter carnival.
The five-year-old caused a boilover at Randwick on Saturday, coming from the clouds to take out the G1 Coolmore Legacy Stakes under John Allen.
David Eustace, who trains in partnership with Ciaron Maher, said Kenedna will be aimed towards the $700,000 Doomben Cup, which will be run on May 18.
"When we inherited her, Darren (Weir) had her on a Doomben Cup path and we've stuck with that," Eustace told Racing.com.
"How she'll get there, we're still weighing that up.
"We've kept her fairly fresh this campaign.
"She could go straight into the (Doomben) Cup or she could run in the (G2) Hollindale (Cup at the Gold Coast on May 4), we're still working that out now.
"She makes life easy for us, she's tough and loves racing, so whichever route she goes it probably won't matter, she'll run a big race if we get her right."
From 24 starts, Kenedna has had eight wins and seven minor placings for prizemoney of $1.45 million.
Saturday's triumph was Kenedna's first G1, as it was for the training partnership of Maher/Eustace. That pair will be looking for more G1 glory at Randwick on Saturday, with Loving Gaby set to contest the Champagne Stakes, while Nantaali will tackle the All Ages Stakes.
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