After a stellar start to her career in Australia, Rnr Windermere will be looking to win her fifth race from six starts when pacing returns to Bathurst on Wednesday.
The New Zealand-bred mare is a fairly new acquisition into Amanda Turnbull's stable, having her first run for The Lagoon trainer back in August at Menangle.
That first start at Menangle resulted in a win, which was followed by wins at Bathurst and Young in September and Penrith on October 3.
On Wednesday night, Rnr Windermere will her have her biggest test yet in Australia, having drawn barrier eight.
However, the seven-year-old bay mare has won from the wide barrier before - at Bathurst on September 25 - and the bookmakers are confident she can win from that position again, being backed as a red-hot $1.20 favourite.
Turnbull is also confident she can drive Rnr Windermere to victory in the Welcome Race Week Fans Ladyship Pace (1730 metres).
"Yeah [the draw] will make it a little bit harder. It's actually a better field than what she's been up against," Turnbull explained.
"It'll be a bit tougher for her, but I think she'll put in a pretty good show."
In her five previous starts in Australia, Turnbull said she thought Rnr Windermere impressed the most in her last start at Penrith.
And the result speaks for itself, with the mare cruising to a comfortable 13-metre win at the track last Thursday.
"She's probably better at Penrith. She went pretty well there the other night," Turnbull said.
"Menangle was a lot harder for her."
That Menangle race Turnbull mentions was the one on August 27, where the mare - who started as favourite - finished ninth from a field of 10.
However, Rnr Windermere had won at the Menangle track just seven days prior to her ninth place finish.
All up, the mare has started 43 races (including both Australia and New Zealand history), having amassed a career stakes of $47,421.
Of those 43 starts, nine of them have resulted in victories, with her five wins in New Zealand coming at the one track - Ascot Park.
The field for the race at the Bathurst track on Wednesday night features plenty of strong outsiders, with six of the remaining seven starts backed at $17 (joint-second favourites).
Family Ambition is the biggest outsider, with Christine Brodie's chance lining up from barrier two while be backed at $67 odds.
The Welcome Race Week Fans Ladyship Pace gets underway at 6.15pm, which is the second of an eight-race meeting on Wednesday.
The first is at 5.42pm and the last is at 9.10pm.
Another meeting will be held on Friday night, which will featured the main Bathurst Shootout race, with $10,600 stakes on offer.