Kisukano made an impressive return to racing when a gallant third behind Kylease at Eagle Farm on November 2.
She is already stakes placed after her third-placed finish in the Gold Coast Stakes in May and a win would be a further boost to her broodmare value.
“Her first-up run was very good. She muffed the start and had to make up a lot of ground and it was a very good field that day,” Nolan said.
“She’s won a 900 metre jump out since and her work has been great.
“She’ll go to the Gold Coast a very fit and well horse.”
Nolan is concerned with the recent rain deluge and drawing barrier three.
“She can handle a heavy track but I’d much prefer her on top of the ground,” he said.
“She’s won on a heavy but she also was well beaten on a heavy in the QTIS Jewel as a three-year-old.
“Drawing barrier three is a bit of a worry as it’s like quicksand on the insides at the Gold Coast on a heavy track.”
Kisukano is not eligible for the Magic Millions and will continue to target fillies and mare’s race during the summer months.
Nolan rates Miami Fleiss, who is on the comeback trail after winning four of her six starts, and the Kris Lees-trained ‘s Wandabaa as the main dangers to Kisukano.