Trelawney Stud will be focussing on Te Rapa on Saturday with connections to four runners stepping out on the Waikato track.
First out of the gates will be Group One winner Loire who finished runner-up last start when resuming in the Gr.3 Desert Gold Stakes (1600m).
The daughter of Redoute's Choice will jump from barrier five in the Gr.2 David & Karyn Ellis Fillies Classic (2000m) with Michael McNab once again taking the ride.
In the following race last-start Group Two winner Two Illicit contests the Gr.2 Legacy Lodge Waikato Guineas.
"I was thrilled with her work between races on Sunday at Matamata," co-trainer Roger James said earlier this week when interviewed by Trackside's Aidan Rodley. "I thought it was as good of a work out as you could ask for."
"Her record is very good and she was probably a bit unlucky to be beaten in the Eight Carat (Gr.2, 1600m).
"If she gets any luck she will be hard to beat."
Both Loire and Two Illicit race in the Trelawney Stud silks.
Beauden, who was born and raised at Trelawney Stud for breeder-owner Joan Egan, chases his first victory at elite level when he steps out in the Gr.1 Herbie Dyke Stakes (2000m).
He is currently rated third in the TAB's fixed odds at $4.40 behind Australian visitor Luvaluva ($3.60) and Rock on Wood ($4.00).
Completing the quartet is Star Tsar who was raised at Trelawney Stud for breeder-owner David Paykel.
The four-year-old gelding won on debut in January and will be out for a repeat performance on Saturday when he lines up in the Fairview Motors 1600.