Newcastle trainer Kris Lees will be looking for Miss Fabulass to repeat her effort from the Coolmore Classic on a testing Randwick track on Saturday as a lead-in to the Stradbroke Handicap.
The four-year-old was scratched from the group 2 Victory Stakes (1200 metres) at Eagle Farm to contest the 1400m Octagonal Handicap at Randwick, which was rated a heavy 9 on Friday.
Miss Fabulass has had one try on heavy going and she showed her strength to finish second, just over a length away from Con Te Partiro, in the group 1 Coolmore (1500m) at Rosehill. She was then a last-start fourth, 2.3 lengths away from Positive Peace, in the Emancipation Stakes (1500m) on a soft 7.
Miss Fabulass has since won a trial at Gosford after a freshen-up as Lees eyes the June 6 group 1 Stradbroke.
The trainer was pleased with the draw in six and he was not worried about the wet Randwick track.
"It shouldn't be a big concern for her," Lees said.
"I would probably prefer her on top of the ground but I don't mind. I think she's capable on all going, but most important for her is to draw a soft gate, which she has."
Also at Randwick, Perfect Radiance steps up from a strong win on debut at Newcastle in the two-year-old handicap (1300m).
"She won well but she's jumping a few grades. It's a pretty strong race," Lees said.
Stablemates Witherspoon and Longbottom clash in the benchmark 78 (1000m).
"They have contrasting styles," Lees said. "One goes forward, one goes back, but Longbottom is probably better suited because it does look a very fast-run race."
High Opinion, fourth last start in the listed Wagga Cup, is in the 2000m benchmark 78.
"He's going well and he handles the ground."