After her blistering return in the Coral Eclipse Stakes at Sandown on Saturday, John Gosden has marked up the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes as her next intended target.
Having skipped the Epsom Derby Festival and Royal Ascot, the dual Arc winner made her first start as a five-year-old and her first over ten furlongs since sustaining her only defeat in her career at Newbury.
The worries were there beforehand against match-fit rivals, but all including Magical - second in the Breeders Cup Turf to Enable last year, could simply not land a blow on her.
The King George beckons next, which she won as a three-year-old after triumphing in the Investec Oaks.
This incredibly will be the first time she will go back to race at the same venue more than once, and will have new challengers standing in her way this time.
None of the nine horses she beat in Berkshire in 2017 hold an entry this year having either been retired or move on to a different career choice, including the likes of Ulysses and Highland Reel who have headed to stud.
This year, Crystal Ocean stands in her way after he won the Prince Of Wales's Stakes in commanding fashion at Royal Ascot.
However, the daughter of Nathaniel beat Sir Michael Stoute's five-year-old last season on her respective return in the September Stakes at Kempton before going onto win a second Arc.
Epsom Derby winner Anthony Van Dyck, Hardwicke scorer Defoe and French raider Waldgeist lead the other potential challengers.
DATE OF RACE - July 27
CURRENT PRICE - 4/6f