Bartley has known Lockwood for more than 30 years when he was apprenticed to the late Frank Penfold in Sydney.
“Barry is very happy with her and we’re hoping she’ll get a dry track again,” Bartley said.
“I can’t see why she can’t win again but if it happens to rain on Friday then she won’t run and will go to Grafton for the Ramornie.
“But at this stage Brisbane is the preference.”
Bartley believes wet tracks have been the downfall for the daughter of Time Thief.
“I took her to Melbourne two years ago but she had no luck down there in some of her races and struck wet tracks,” he said.
“She definitely goes better on good tracks.”
Rising six, Bartley has no plans to send In Good Time to stud this season.
“She’ll race on for another season and won’t be going to stud this year,” he said.
“She’s only had 22 starts and won seven of them so she’s not over-raced.”
Racing Queensland webnews - July 1