It could be the most successful day in Kembla Grange racing history.
Not only does Robert and Luke Price have a genuine chance in the $7.5 million Golden Eagle and Kerry Parker is aiming at a $1 million spring bonus if Think It Over takes out the Rosehill Gold Cup, but the South Coast has four representatives in the inaugural $700,000 Four Pillars on Saturday.
Among the 18 slotholders who selected the nominated horses are Price duo Kobestar and Verbek, as well as Parker's Midway Handicap winner Tampering and Theresa Bateup's rising four-year-old mare Divine Breath.
She passed her most searching test by lifting to finish second behind Four Pillars favourite Different Strokes in a Midway earlier this month and Bateup is adamant Divine Breath can turn the tables.
"The race was put together at the last minute, but it's panned out perfectly," Bateup said.
"At this stage of the preparation she's third up, stepping up to 1500m and three weeks between runs.
"The whole point of running her in the Midway against Different Strokes was to see what she produced against the top contenders and she measured up in a strong race."
"She's only improved since and meets (Different Strokes) better at the weights, with Brock (Ryan) able to take the claim at 51.5kg."
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Divine Breath is $19 with Sportsbet, with Kobestar $41 and Verbek $35, while Parker's Tampering is at $27.
It will be one of the biggest hours in Parker's training career, with Think It Over carrying 61 kilograms chasing a fourth victory in six starts this preparation.
After winning a second straight Craven Plate, Think It Over can now deliver an extra $1 million if he takes out the Gold Cup on Saturday.
"It's not an easy challenge, he has to turn up and earn it and have a lot of things go his way,'' Parker told Racing NSW. "It's been a terrific preparation, the horse has turned up and raced really well every time we've stepped him out.
"I'm not going in there thinking it's going to be easy. He has 61kg and there's a few horses there with 4-5kg turnaround on us. You've got to earn it. All we can do is prepare as best we can and leave it up to him."
The Four Pillars jumps at 2.40pm, before the Gold Cup at 3.25pm.