Trainer Mitch Beer believes Redouble could be the forgotten horse in The Kosciuszko at Randwick today.
Redouble is the class runner of the field and has already amassed $1.3-million in career earnings.
The son of Redoute's Choice is one of four horses set to tackle the world's richest race for country sprinters, first-up from a spell.
Redoute's Choice is an $18-chance in pre-post markets.
Beer said a lot of punters often have an out of sight, out of mind mentality.
"I think my horse has been overlooked in the market that's for sure," Beer said.
"Merely because of the fact that he hasn't done anything in the lead-up to the race.
"I think when markets first opened a couple of months ago he was at $12.
"I honestly think the only reason that he has got out to $18 is because he hasn't had a start."
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Redouble was previously trained by Bjorn Baker before joining Beer's stable in June to specifically target The Kosciuszko.
Beer said he could see why punters had warmed to the Brett Cavanough It's Me who is undefeated in three career starts.
It's Me is quoted as the $2.20-favourite.
"It's Me probably deserves favouritism because it is untapped and at the moment, the sky is the limit," he said.
"You probably can't put a ceiling on what it is capable of.
"The smart judges are all saying the times she run last start are that of a well above average galloper.
"But in my opinion there is no way she should be $2.20 in such a tough race."