Maid To Fit had three weeks in the paddock following her Ipswich victory.
“I sent her to the paddock for three weeks after her Ipswich win and she’s had a soft trial at the Sunshine Coast,” Schweida said.
The Eagle Farm trainer was disappointed with Maid To Fit’s barrier 14 but she comes in four places without the emergencies.
Schweida describes Maid To Fit as a “monster mare” as she stands 16.2 hands.
Maid To Fit is bred in the purple as her mother Perfect Fit won six times from 1000 metres to 1600 metres including her biggest win in the Group 1 New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes at Te Aroha in 2016.
She also won at Group 2 level and was placed in the Group 1 Railway Stakes at Ellerslie and Group 1 Telegraph at Trentham in 2017.