Group One winner Summer Passage is back in light work being prepared for another Australian trip.
"He came back into work last week," co-trainer Andrew Scott said. "He's done well and will have a long, slow build-up.
"We're looking to campaign him in Melbourne in the spring."
Summer Passage has looked exciting in his four starts, which have resulted in two wins and two seconds. His first win came in the Listed Reid & Harrison Slipper at Matamata before taking the Gr.1 Sistema Stakes at Ellerslie.
Scott and training partner, Lance O'Sullivan, then switched their attention to Sydney with the son of Snitzel and Summer Passage finished a gallant second to Invader in the Gr.1 Sires Produce Stakes at Randwick on April 1.