Keinbah trainer Roy Roots jnr is putting a disappointing run from Miss Streisand down to track conditions ahead of her shot at redemption and a group 1 start on Saturday night.
Miss Streisand will start from gate one in her semi-final of the Breeders Crown three-year-old fillies series at Bendigo, while stablemate Pitch Perfect has barrier four in the male 3YO qualifier.
While Pitch Perfect was second in his heat at Ballarat on August 9, Miss Streisand led her heat, a night earlier at Kilmore, until the home turn before fading badly to finish last. She gets her chance in the semi-finals because of a lack of entries in the division.
Roots jnr said the filly, second to Our Princess Tiffany in the Queensland Oaks, had pulled up well and her blood tests were clear.
"She just didn't handle the track," he said.
"It was a real bog that night and most horses on the fence just weren't getting home ... hopefully it's just a one-off."
She needs a top-five finish to make the August 24 final.
"She should be right there," he said. "Obviously Our Princess Tiffany is always tough so you don't get ahead of yourself racing her, but we've got the good draw and a bit of an advantage early, so hopefully that makes the difference. I'd be surprised if she didn't qualify."
He said Pitch Perfect was "a horse on the way up".
"He hasn't got the experience of Lochinvar Art and those horses, and I'm not saying he's as good, but with a bit of luck he should be able to qualify."
Roots jnr has The Black Prince in next week's four-year-old male final.
The Black Prince was scratched last week because of fears of a virus but the trainer said blood tests had since indicated he was fine.
He has trialled well since at Shepparton in 1:54.