She was one of the outsiders in the field, but that didn't stop Who's Got Fifi.
The Steven Kemp-trained bitch put the writing on the wall with a third at Dapto last time out but it wasn't enough to convince punters.
Sent out as a $17 shot, Who's Got Fifi soon found her way to the front and was never run down.
Kemp was pleased with her efforts in a heat of the Ladbrokes 0-1 Wins Mixed Series (320m).
"We got her from Queensland where she had one start for one win so she was a good buy," Kemp said.
After a win on debut at Ipswich, the bitch finished closer to last than first in her next three runs south of the border.
However Kemp thought securing another outside box, after drawing seven last time, really helped.
She used the eight box to her advantage to down debutant No More Flies ($8) by two lengths.
"She has been trialling well and it was just a matter of getting a good box," Kemp said.
"She's finally came up with one and has been able to put it together."
The win books Who's Got Fifi a place in the final on July 28.
Kemp believes the series suits.
"She's racing dogs in her grade and that is the best thing for a greyhound - placing them well," he said.
Who's Got Fifi was the fastest of the two heat winners with her time of 18.67 seconds, 0.1 faster than Tranquil Ginger's.
However the Rod Oakman trained bitch put in a dominate display to win by four lengths.