Third to Different League in the Albany Stakes at Royal on just her second start, the Scat Daddy filly got off the mark in facile fashion with a nine-length romp at Windsor earlier this month.
"She heads to the Rockfel next Friday. Touch wood, she's been good since Windsor. She'll work on Sunday before heading for that race," he said.
Quivery is another of the Newmarket handler's highly-promising juvenile fillies and she could either head to America or run next at home.
Noseda will choose between the Grade Three JP Morgan Chase Jessamine Stakes over an extended mile at Keeneland on October 11 or wait for the bet365 Fillies' Mile at Newmarket two days later.
The trainer feels the best is yet to come from the daughter of Violence, who won her first two starts only to finish fourth, beaten just two lengths, by the winner Billesdon Brook in the Prestige Stakes at Goodwood last month.
"She didn't like the track at Goodwood and she needed further. She didn't get the run of the race that day and she's better than that," he said.
"She didn't run in the May Hill (at Doncaster) because of the ground.
"She either goes to Keeneland for the Jessamine or stays here to run in the Fillies' Mile. Ideally she wants quick ground."