Mist You is looking to back up a career best performance at Riverina Paceway on Friday.
The six-year-old paced a fast mile rate of 1:54.3 to comfortably win her heat of the HRNSW Rewards Series last week and starts as favourite for the $10,000 final.
Coming off a 11.4-metre victory Marrar trainer Andrew Roberts is looking for more success with the lightly-raced mare.
"She probably went better than expected as it was a bit of a rush to trial her last Sunday and then race her," Roberts said.
"I thought she was a week or 10 days short but she still went alright."
The heat success was the first time Roberts had a runner, let alone a winner, in almost three years.
His last success was with Mist You at Wagga in April 2016.
She progressed to the final of the group one NSW Breeders Challenge later that season but after finishing fifth in her semi-final for Brad Hewitt couldn't line up in the final.
The then three-year-old bumped a tendon the day before the feature race and was sent to the paddock for a spell.
However she stayed there a lot longer than first anticipated when Roberts grew tried of trying to get his trainer's licence renewed.
"She had a bit of bump on her tendon, which was nothing much, and it was just one of those things where she went out to the paddock and I never got back to her," he said.
However she's been quick to make up for lost time.
Over two years later she returned to the track under the care of KerryAnn Turner, where she only missed the top two once in four starts, before Roberts elected to bring her back home.
Set to compete in the same type of races he wanted the daughter of Mister Big closer to home.
It has worked out well so far.
She put in a dazzling display first up for him last week and after drawing to start from gate four Roberts is hoping she will be able to dictate terms once more.
Cameron Maggs takes the drive again.
With three heat winners all drawn on the front row, as well as Priority To Party, who finished second to the mare last week, Roberts is more than happy to leave the tactics up to Maggs.
The final is part of a busy period for the Wagga Harness Racing Club.
They will hold a nine-race card on Friday with another eight races to be run on Sunday in the lead up to the Wagga Pacers Cup.
The Carnival of Cups meeting is on Easter Sunday, April 21, with the $30,000 group three event the feature event.
The Wagga Derby and Wagga Oaks, both worth $10,000 will be part of a big day's racing.
A cup prelude, restricted to locally trained horses, was programmed for Friday's meeting but there were insufficient nominations.
It leaves the HRNSW Rewards Series final is the feature race on the card.
It will be run at 1.03pm with the first at the early time of 11.23am.