The blinkers are off and Another One means business ahead of the Country Championships Qualifier at Murrumbidgee Turf Club on Saturday.
Wagga trainer Gary Colvin is confident everything is on track with the three-year-old despite finishing sixth at Randwick last time out.
With three wins and a second from his six starts to date, his only two unplaced efforts have been in Highway Handicaps.
Another One has a Randwick victory to his credit and his most recent effort was definitely a learning experience for all involved.
"I put the blinkers on, he was on the rails where the going was no good and he's had a little break so it would have done him the world of good," Colvin said.
"It's topped him off nice for this."
Taking the blinkers off is just one of them and Colvin is thrilled with how he's come through the run.
Confident Another One is looking for the 1400 metres, now he's just looking for a barrier draw to suit when they are released on Thursday.
"I'm very happy with him," Colvin said.
"He's done everything right and seems to be very bright, relaxed and is going into the race in very good condition."
Colvin is no stranger to success in the race with lightly-raced horses with Forever Newyork finishing second in 2017.
There are plenty of similarities between the two chestnut geldings with white blazes.
"We threw him in the deep end early when he run second before having a crack down there (in Sydney) before finishing third the next year but this bloke (Another One) has got as much chance as Forever Newyork when he run second.
"The only thing is he is still a three-year-old who is still learning.
"He's a bit immature but when these races come up you have to have a crack at them.
"He is weighted the same as the older horses, which makes it a little bit harder, but he's doing well so you have to have a crack at it that's for sure."
Nick Heywood takes the ride with Another One to carry 56 kilograms.
Colvin also has Sizzling Cat among the 16 nominations for the $150,000 feature but is keeping his options open with the three-year-old.
He will weigh up which rein to pull with Sizzling Cat nominated in two other races on the program.
"He is much the same as Forever Newyork and I just threw him in," Colvin said.
"I have to make a decision with what we do with him and whether we have a crack at the big one or go in the Class 2.
"I'm probably leaning towards the Class 2 but he is going to get a run in the Championships.
"I'll weigh things up with the owners and see what they want to do."
Sizzling Cat is resuming after winning his maiden at Wagga in October.