View Comments

Talent Show pulled up well after her victory in Tuesday's Perth Cup, but there are no plans for her immediate future.

The cast-off stayer scored one of the biggest upsets in Perth Cup history when she flew home from 13th on the turn to beat Mr Moet by three-quarters of a length in the Group 2 feature.

She was yesterday penalised a whopping 31 ratings points, which saw her rating soar to 105.

Trainer Graeme Ballantyne plans to rest Talent Show for at least a few weeks before deciding on her next assignment.

"She pulled up a treat and ate all her food up," Ballantyne said.

"We put her in a paddock and she was running around and still very bright. When we bought her 18 months ago we always had the Perth Cup in our minds.

"We didn't think we'd get a run but it all came off.

"We haven't made any plans. She'll have a few weeks off and we'll sit down and discuss our options."

Talent Show's rating will restrict what races she can be aimed at.

The $110,000 Bunbury Cup (2200m) on March 14 and $85,000 Pinjarra Cup (2300m) on March 24 are options, but she could receive too much weight.

"Bunbury and Pinjarra could be on the radar," Ballantyne said.

·Classy mare Rosie Rocket has been retired after running fourth to Mabel Grace in Tuesday's La Trice Classic (1800m).

Rosie Rocket, who ran third to Mr Moet in the Group 1 Railway Stakes (1600m) at Ascot in November, helped launch trainer Justin Warwick's move to the thorough- bred code.

She gave Warwick his first winner in 2011 and went on to score nine victories from 33 starts for $434,475 in stake earnings.