Newcastle-based apprentice Louise Day looks set to continue her reformed combination with old boss Ciaron Maher on Friday having been booked to ride Ken's Dream in the $150,000 Muswellbrook Cup.
Day, who now works mainly for Novocastrian trainer Kris Lees, steered the six-year-old bay gelding for Maher to finish fourth at Rosehill on February 22.
This was followed by a metropolitan winner at Eagle Farm on March 7, with jockey Day instead on board Maher's Quality Seeker.
Day originally linked with Maher in Melbourne when she arrived from Ireland and they should join forces once more at the Upper Hunter track.
"They have always been really supportive of my career," Day said.
However, TAB fixed-odds second favourite Ken's Dream, along with Lees' top weight Top Prospect and last-start winner Articus, are also nominated for Rosehill on Saturday.
"I think this is a really nice race for him," Day said.
"It will just depend what day they end up running."
Outside the annual feature, Day has five other rides at Muswellbrook.
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