ASCOT, ENGLAND - JUNE 20: Frankie Dettori riding Stradivarius reacts to winning The Gold Cup on day three of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on June 20, 2019 in Ascot, England. (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images for Ascot Racecourse)

Jamie Kah had one of the best spring carnivals imaginable in 2020 and has carried that form into 2021.

Kah has been the stand-out hoop in Victoria and now is in high demand for the All-Star Mile in the Autumn. have reported that Jamie Kah will let her manager decide who she will ride at Mooney Valley on March 13.

Kah, who leads the metropolitan jockeys' premiership in Melbourne, has a number of regular rides in the race and has a critical decision to make.

Kah says that she knows her plans are working and she won't deviate from them now.

"I've got a few of my favourites aiming at getting in the field, so hopefully one of them can get in," Kah said.

"I think I ran sixth last year on Dalasan, so hopefully we can go a few better this year.

"I'm not locked in (to anything) yet. We will wait to see the field and see what happens then. It's going to be hard (to choose), I'll leave that up to my manager to make that tricky decision.

"It's a really exciting concept and hopefully everybody can be involved."

Kah has a 14 win lead on Damien Oliver and Damien Lane in the jockeys premiership but said while she isn't feeling any pressure she understands it may be a long year attempting to hold onto her lead.

"It's quite exhausting to think about it, but it's really exciting and I couldn't imagine I would still be on top at this time of year, for sure," she said.