Fresh from a Highway victory at Randwick, Gayna Williams is set to send From The Bush around in Sunday's $50,000 Forbes Cup.
Nominations for the feature event of Sunday's first showcase meeting at Forbes were released on Tuesday and it offers Bathurst-based Williams a chance to continue her strong run of form.
From The Bush won in the city last start on July 10 and is one of a number of strong country gallopers put forward for Sunday's 1600m event.
Narromine trainer Kylie Kennedy and Wellington's Michael Mulholland have major contenders with Wild Rocket and Reward Seeker respectively while Canberra-based trainer and Kosciuszko winner Keith Dryden is also firmly in the mix after nominating Gunga Din.
Wild Rocket is coming off a win at her home track only last week while Reward Seeker, who has won cups previously at Orange and Wellington, is second-up from a spell and ran fourth when first-up in the same Narromine race.
Dubbo trainer Kody Nestor is set to be the lone Dubbo hope after nominating Toulon Brook, the five-year-old gelding which won two starts back at his home track.
The cup is one of eight races to be run on Sunday.
"We're so excited to have this Country Showcase tag and as a bonus, there's a country maiden with $40,000 prizemoney that can only be won by country trainers," Grayson told Racing NSW.
"It's a really great initiative."
Final fields are released on Thursday.