Kembla Grange apprentice Brock Ryan will have the chance to achieve Group 1 glory after retaining the ride on Jamaea for next Saturday's Golden Rose.
The jockey guided the boom filly to victory in the Furious Stakes last-start.
Ryan rode Jamaea in a track gallop during Thursday's Kembla Grange meeting as former Nowra-based trainers Robert and Luke Price put the finishing touches on her preparation.
Despite winning twice at Group 2 level, the Golden Rose will mark a new test.
Jamaea is likely to be the only filly in the race and is currently rated a $26 chance.
Star colt Anamoe is the $2 favourite but Luke is confident his runner can challenge the boys.
"I'm so happy with where she's at and how she's doing," Price said.
"I feel she's going to peak next week.
"I'm really looking forward to next Saturday, I can't wait to see her against the best-rated three-year-old.
"I think we've got the best filly so can't wait to see how she levels up against the boys. Bring them on."