here she goes or here she is going

In the expression: ‘here she goes’ the verb to go can be found in the ing form?

e.g. Here she is going.

No, assuming you are talking about the set expression used, for example, when someone is starting to do something.

(The combination of words “here she is going” is possible in other senses.)

Could you give me some examples with the ing form,please?

This combination of words is not terribly common, but, for example, looking at photographs: “Here she is going up the mountain on a donkey”. Or commenting on the script of talk: “Here she is going to explain how to calculate the answer”.

Thank you for explaining it.