Group One-winning stablemates Complacent and Magic Hurricane will continue their preparations in a barrier trial at Rosehill.
The Godolphin pair will get first use of the grass on Monday with the track recovering from a deluge on Saturday which forced the cancellation of the final two races.
The 1030m-heat is one of four for open class horses with the other 10 for two and three-year-olds.
Magic Hurricane hasn’t raced since he won the Group One Metropolitan (2400m) in October.
Complacent had a mixed spring after making a winning return from a long injury break in the Chelmsford Stakes.
The winner of the 2013 Spring Champion Stakes and runner-up in that year’s Victoria Derby, Complacent also won the Craven Plate but finished last of the 14 runners in the Cox Plate.
Among the two-year-olds stepping out for their first experience of the barriers is Deodara for trainer Gerald Ryan.
“If she goes well and I’m happy with her, she will run in the Inglis Nursery on Saturday,” Ryan said.
“She is a nice filly but we’ll get through the trial first.”
Deodara is from the first southern hemisphere crop of Coolmore stallion Zoffany out of Hearwhatisay who is from the family of 2003 Golden Slipper winner Polar Success.
Zoffany was the champion first season sire in Europe last year.