They're a couple away from the paceway, but early signs suggest the pacing partnership between Matthew Harrington and Georgia Sutherland could be just as strong.
In just her second drive back from a year sabbatical, Sutherland delivered boyfriend Harrington his first win as a burgeoning trainer with She's Undeniable at Temora on Saturday.
The $10 shot sat outside Shezaluckylady from the outset before proving too tough for the odds-on favourite down the straight.
She's Undeniable ($13) will start on the second line in Friday's Harness Racing NSW Rewards Series Final (1740m) at Wagga's Riverina Paceway.
Harrington will also drive roughie I'm A Shy Guy from barrier eight.
"It's good to drive a winner but training one's a bit different feeling to be honest," Harrington said.
"Georgia had just come back from 12 months off and it's nice she could drive it.
"She's on the better drive out of our two on Friday. She's a nice filly going forward and it took a while for her to learn what it's about.
"She had to do all the work outside the leader (at Temora) and it was a pretty gutsy win I thought.
"It's a tricky draw this time around but I reckon she's probably better off sitting off them because she does have a turn of foot.
"Her form probably doesn't say that, but there's been a couple of runs where she's been back in the field and flashed home late."
Two Menangle Country Series heats will also be staged at Friday's Wagga meeting, with the first race of the day at 1.02pm.