The five year old had an unbelievable season last term racing four times and going on to win all of her events with ease.
She started her campaign off at Cork in a Group Three event over 1m4f for fillies and she managed to see off Group Two winner Cayenne Pepper comfortably.
Off the back of that prep run she headed straight over to France for the Group One Prix Vermeille, where she took on horses like Dame Malliott and Raabihah and on good ground she blitzed the field by three lengths.
The five year old showed her versatility in terms of ground next time out when landing a hat-trick in the 1m2f Group One Prix de l'Opera on heavy ground, beating Alpine Star who had some serious form.
Having had an unbelievable season already, Weld sent his star mare to America for the Breeders Cup Turf at Keeneland and on firm ground she needed every bit of the 1m4f to land the event.
That was her best performance to date, coming all the way round the field to see off the likes of multiple Group One winners Magical, Lord North and Mogul.
Having been waited on for later this season she returned in the Group Three Ballyroan Stakes at Leopardstown and although her trainer explained she would need the run, she still went on to win by close to seven lengths.
It was all systems go to the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown and in a thrilling renewal of the race she was seen finish second the retired superstar St Mark's Basilica in a photo-finish.
The extra trip in the Arc is exactly what she wants and whether the ground turns up quick or soft she will be able to handle it and at 11/4 looks a great bet.