Isobel Ross is someone well accustomed to being the centre of attention.
When you're one of four quadruplets born nine weeks premature you're bound to make headlines.
It hasn't stopped since then, as she put her name up in lights when winning her first race as a 16-year-old at Albion Park back in late 2013 while she also scored her first win at Menangle just two weeks after moving to NSW to work with leading trainer-driver Amanda Turnbull.
She's also a multiple Group-race winner and has already cracked double figures for the new season.
On Wednesday night Ross will be hoping to steal the limelight again when she lines up in two events at Dubbo Paceway.
Ross will steer Real Dash for her Bathurst-based employer on at Dubbo as well as Maximus Red, trained by Steve Turnbull.
Seven-year-old Real Dash will go around in the K&J Earthworx Pace (1720m), beginning from barrier one on the second line.
Provided the horse beginning from barrier one - Bernie Hewitt's Cobbity Chic - can lead, Ross feels he will get a nice, cosy run in the trail.
"His form isn't amazing, but being tucked away on the fence will suit him," Ross said.
"He's a sit-sprinter so if he doesn't have to do much work early and he can get out, he'll sprint home well.
"I think the one should be able to hold the front so we'll just hope we can get the right run."
This will be the sixth time that Ross has been partnered with the Real Desire gelding, and they'll be looking for their first win together.
Ross' second drive of the night will be in the Grapevine Cafe Pace (2120m), where she and Maximus Red will begin from barrier two on the second line.
"I'm pretty confident with Max," the 22-year-old said.
"The draw isn't a worry because he doesn't have to be up the front to win. He can come from behind and we proved that at Bathurst when we won coming from midfield."
With a few speedy beginners drawn off the front, Ross said Maximus Red will be saving his energy, looking to come home over the top.
"I think there will be heaps of speed early on so that will suit us," Ross said.
The Group winning gelding will be in search of win number 20 at start 63, while his impressive record also includes having run in the top three in over 50 percent of his races.
Plenty of hometown hopes will be in action during the meeting, with five of the nine horses in the night's first even local chances.
Among those in Lovin Everyday, trained by William Stubbs, which will be driven by James Sutton and comes in having shown promise without breaking through in the past three starts.
Racing starts 6.03pm.