For the second time is as many weeks, trainer Guy Walter has a quality mare resuming with little chance of winning at Rosehill.
Skyerush will line up against More Joyous on the Group Three Golden Pendant (1400m) and Walter is expecting a similar result to last Saturday week when Australian Oaks winner Streama ran third to the great mare.
Under the set weights and penalties of the race, More Joyous carries 59kg as she did in the Sheraco Stakes (1200m).
Skyerush is coming back from a well-earned spell after an autumn/winter campaign which netted a Group Two victory in the Emancipation Stakes (1600m) at Randwick and a fighting second to Pear Tart in the Group One Tatt's Tiara (1400m) at Eagle Farm.
Gai's Choice and Red Tracer, who finished third and fourth in the Brisbane feature, were also among the nine entries taken on Monday for the Golden Pendant.
"I don't expect her to beat More Joyous but I was pleased with her barrier trial so I expect her to run well," Walter said.
Walter also entered Forarainyday but said she was more likely to be kept for an easier race.
If Skyerush comes to hand as Walter hopes, she will be set on a path towards a possible start in the Group One Myer Classic (1600m) at Flemington in which she was an unlucky fourth behind Hurtle Myrtle last year.
Streama is also being aimed at the Myer and Appearance could join her stablemates in the race.
The winner of the Group Three Keith Nolan Classic (1600m) in March, Appearance was an eye-catching third in the Shorts at Randwick on Saturday won by Pampelonne.
She is one of a group of fillies and mares Walter trains for Sheikh Mohammed's Darley operation.
Blake Shinn, who won the Emancipation on Skyerush will be reunited with the mare while Hugh Bowman takes the ride on stablemate Hardbreak Hotel in what looks like a competitive Benchmark 85 over 1300 metres having attracted 24 entries, the biggest of the day.
A first-up winner at Warwick Farm in August, Hardbreak Hotel has had chequered passages at his past two unplaced runs.