BATHURST trainer Dean Mirfin has had one Hinchinbrook filly find new life in his stable, now it's hoped another can do the same.
Press Box has gone three from three since making the move to Bathurst and her trainer will hope Press Week, another former member of the Chris Waller stable, can find similar success.
Press Week lines up in the final event at Monday's Tyers Park meeting on a mission to keep her 100 per cent strike rate for her new trainer.
The former Group 3 Gimcrack Stakes contender didn't quite live up to expectations in the metro scene but has already made a splash on the country circuit.
Narromine is certainly a long way from the turf of Royal Randwick but it was the perfect scene for Press Week to make her mark.
Her final sprint to the line saw her take a half length victory and Mirfin will hope she can go back-to-back after Monday's race.
"She's owned by the same owners who sent out Press Box to me. Press Box has won three from three so far," Mirfin said.
"At Chris Waller's stables it didn't look like [Press Week] was quite measuring up. She came out this way and won her first race well at Narromine.
"She's a year younger than Press Box and it's looking like she'll take a little more time to develop."
Press Week is flying the flag solo for Mirfin in Monday's meeting, contesting the Bathurst Toyota Class 2 Handicap (1,208 metres).
She came out this way and won her first race well at Narromine.Dean Mirfin, on Press Week
Another Bathurst runner to watch on Monday will be Paul Theobald's in-form Attilius.
Attilius will be chasing a third straight win for Theobald after narrow wins at Bathurst and Goulburn.
Monday's seven-race meeting at Tyers Park starts from 12.55pm.
Press Week looks for another win at 4.35pm.