However, her path back to the racing arena encountered a brief interruption when she faced a Victorian Racing Tribunal appearance to address charges related to a video showcasing her interaction with a white substance. Despite this, Kah's focus on her return to racing remained unwavering.

Her first competitive outings post-injury took place at Randwick on Saturday, where she narrowly missed the victory in the Group 2 Silver Shadow Stakes. A half-length shy of triumph, Kah showcased her enduring talent aboard Zaaki in the Group 1 Winx Stakes at Randwick.

Sunday's race at Cranbourne proved to be the pinnacle of Kah's return as she steered All Black to a compelling victory in the 1500m maiden contest. Overcoming an awkward position at the 600m mark, Kah's trademark timing and balance came to the fore. Piloting the $3 favourite with finesse, she secured the win over the determined New York Scandal.

Reflecting on her comeback, Kah expressed her happiness, stating, "I'm just happy to be back." Punters witnessed Kah's exceptional prowess as she guided All Black to an impressive performance, despite the challenging circumstances.

Kah's ride on All Black suggested a promising future for the horse, as she suggested, "The way he settled, I'd definitely step him up (in distance)." She highlighted the horse's progression and ability, showcasing the innate understanding she shares with her equine partners.

While All Black was Kah's sole ride at Cranbourne, her comeback story continues to captivate racing enthusiasts. Her triumph after enduring adversity stands as a testament to her resilience and dedication to her craft. As Kah's journey unfolds, the racing community eagerly anticipates her next chapters on the track.