Wagga horse owner Andrea Bradley admits the nerves are already kicking in ahead of Saturday's $2 million Magic Millions 2YO Classic.
Bradley and her husband Brett will be trackside at the Gold Coast as Every Rose looks to continue an amazing few months for the Wagga couple.
Brett celebrated Everest success in October as the breeder of Yes Yes Yes and just a week later experienced a Cox Plate win as part-owner of Japanese star Lys Gracieux.
This time, it is Andrea's turn as she forms part of an all-ladies syndicate that races Every Rose with Sydney trainer Mark Newnham.
Every Rose is a $9.50 chance in the race and will be ridden by Josh Parr.
"I feel so lucky," Andrea said from the Gold Coast.
"It's hard to believe. We're very excited."
After attending the Yearling Sales in the lead-up to Saturday's big day, Bradley conceded the nerves had well and truly arrived.
"For sure, especially when she's been set for this race all the way along," she said.
"It's a tough race and there are some very good horses in it. As long as she runs well, we'll be happy with that."
Every Rose, a filly by Choisir, has amassed $167,000 in her first three starts with a win on debut in the group three Gimcrack Stakes, then consecutive second placings in feature races at Wyong and Eagle Farm.
Andrea expects another bold performance on Saturday.
"She makes her own luck by going to the front," she said.
"It will just be if she is good enough to hang on. If she is, she is, and if she isn't that's okay."
Every Rose is one of very few horses Andrea has raced in her own name and she credits her husband for finding the horse.
The ladies-only syndicate, formed by Darby Racing Syndications, makes Every Rose eligible for an extra $500,000 in prizemoney on offer as part of the Magic Millions Racing Women initiative.
The modest Wagga family say they are making the most of their recent good fortune while it lasts.
"We've had an incredible year, it's been pinch yourself kind of stuff," she said.
"It won't continue...and we certainly don't take it for granted."