Muffri'Ha could take in Friday's Muhaarar British EBF Rosemary Stakes at Newmarket ahead of a tilt at the Kingdom Of Bahrain Sun Chariot Stakes.
Connections of the William Haggas-trained five-year-old are considering an outing in the mile Listed contest before taking a shot at the Group One prize over the same course and distance on October 7.
The five-year-old, who has not been seen out since May, took part in a six-furlong gallop under former jockey Michael Tebbutt on the Rowley Mile on Monday, working alongside stablemate Afjaan.
Harry Eustace, assistant trainer, said: "I think we were both very happy. Luckily it went as expected, which is what you always want. That should put her spot on.
"She has got an entry on Friday and she is also in the Sun Chariot. It is whether we go for both or just the one, but I will leave that up to the boss.
"She just needed a break after her last run as she had a very long winter. She ran great at the back end of last year, then ran in Dubai and came back and ran on Good Friday.
"It was nice to be able to give her a break through the summer and she has come out looking great.
"She has been straightforward and has had a clean run. Her preparation has been good."