Mark Walker is hoping it will be a case of third time lucky when Entriviere goes to post at Eagle Farm on Saturday for the Group 1 Doomben 10,000.
Entriviere, who has not raced since her runner-up performance at Group 1 level in New Zealand in February, is unbeaten and she is rated a 10/1 chance to keep that record going.
The five-year-old was last seen in competitive action when finishing second in the Group 1 Waikato Sprint on 12th February and has since taken part in two trials, the most recent when finishing fourth in an event won by Sword Of State on 20th April.
Entriviere will jump from the outside gate in 15 and will be partnered by Opie Bosson, who steered her to her Group 1 Railway Stakes win in New Zealand first-up last preparation and you can catch all the action on our Sports Live Streaming platform.
Speaking ahead of the race at Eagle Farm, Walker said: "This was the logical race to try to target. Everything was going according to plan until the barrier draw came out, but with the weather forecast, you never know, it might be the best part of the track to be in.
"It is fantastic to have Opie on because he is a proven Group 1 jockey in Australia and he knows the horses so well, it is a big advantage."
Since taking over the helm at Te Akau racing from the Hong Kong-bound Jamie Richards at the start of April, Walker has had two carnival runners in Brisbane and both have finished second – Sword Of State in the Group 3 Gold Coast Guineas and Soprano Supreme in the Gold Coast Cup.