Peter Moody hopes his Randwick Guineas winner Dissident may emerge as a Sportingbet Cox Plate contender next season, reports Racing Network.

Moody said Dissident, also a Hobartville Stakes winner, entered his Eagle Farm stables on Monday with a weight-for-age campaign awaiting him next season.

Asked what Dissident would be aimed towards, Moody replied: “Is he good enough to be aimed at a Cox Plate? Well, he’s probably got to be, hasn’t he?"

Moody said Dissident’s form against the best of his age group during the Sydney autumn carnival warranted a crack at the weight-for-age championship of Australia.

“Most of the horses around him retired except for (ATC Derby winner) Criterion,” he said.

Dissident didn’t handle the Heavy 9 track when he ended his autumn with a 12th behind Sacred Falls in the Doncaster Mile.

Golden Slipper placegetter Bring Me the Maid is in pre-training in Queensland and will enter Moody’s Eagle Farm stables next Monday.

“I might even leave her up in Queensland until the end of July and give her a trial up there,” Moody said

Moody said he was uncertain whether Bring Me the Maid, winner of the Group 2 Magic Night Stakes, would resume in Sydney or Melbourne.