Jockey Daniel Moor will reunite with Forgot You when the five-year-old runs in the Railway Stakes.
Moor partnered the Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young-trained Forgot You to his three wins as a three-year-old before Blake Shinn registered a win on the now five-year-old at Flemington last time out.
Forgot You was flown to Perth on Monday to contest the Group 1 Railway Stakes (1600m) at Ascot on Saturday, although his main target is the Group 1 Northerly Stakes (1800m) on December 9.
Moor rode Forgot You in the horse's first two runs back from 18 months away from the track and said he was looking forward to again partnering the entire.
"Obviously, Blake Shinn is out suspended, but I've got a good association with the horse," Moor said.
"I was on him early on in the prep when he was building fitness and form.
"The mile might be a touch short in the Railway, but the 1800 metres of the Northerly two weeks later is probably more up his alley.
"He's going over in good form and in good order, so we're happy with him and I'm happy to be on him."
Moor said it was good to see Forgot You finally return to winning form.
He rode Forgot You to three wins at Moonee Valley, including the Group 2 Vase (2040m) before running fifth in the Group 1 Victoria Derby in 2021.
Moor said Forgot You took time to get fully fit after his break.
"He had a long time off with his rehab, but he is a fairly gross horse that does really well.," Moor said.
"It took him a few runs, and they were in good races, so he had a bit against him in those first couple of runs, but he still ran well.
"I felt he should have won at Sandown (four runs back), but he probably got to the front a touch too soon and then last time found a race that suited at Flemington.
"He had the tempo that suited that day and I think he'll get that over in Perth as they generally go along at a gallop and that should suit him."
Moor said he would ride at Moonee Valley on Friday night before flying to Perth on Saturday morning.