Millionaire filly Eloping will undergo a battery of tests following her failure in Saturday’s$200,000 Group 2 Rubtion Stakes (1100m), reports Racing Victoria.

The Peter Morgan and Craig Widdison-trained filly turned in the worst performance of her career when she dropped out to finish seventh, beaten more than six lengths, in the Group 2 race won by Chautauqua.

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The daughter of Choisir’s breeder and part-owner, Michael Christian, said jockeyStephen Baster said immediately after dismounting the three-year-old did not feel right and while there was nothing obviously wrong they will do further tests.

“That was by far the worst run of her career,” Christian told’s The Thoroughbred on RSN.

“The vet’s will he there today to go over her. There was nothing obviously wrong, she had a couple of cuts to her hind leg, but we’ll just have to wait see over the next couple of days to see how she pulls up.

“But Stephen Baster got off and just said she felt terrible. She certainly couldn’t muster and then when he asked her for an effort there just was nothing there and her action didn’t feel right to him.

“We’ll just have to keep her fingers crossed there’s nothing too serious and wait and see what the future holds for her.”

Results of those tests will determine whether Eloping takes her place in the Group 1 race Morgan and Widdison had ear-marked for her, the $400,000 Oakleigh Plate (1100m) at Caulfield on 28 February.