Trainer Mitch Beer has sent Mnementh for a spell ahead of a tilt at next year's Country Championships.
Mnementh endured a frustrating preparation, having six starts before finally winning at Albury Racing Club's recent twilight meeting.
The four-year-old gelding also finished runner-up on three occasions including twice as favourite.
Beer said Mnementh would form part of his assault on the Country Championships which will be staged at Wagga in February.
"It was a huge relief to actually see him win a race after such a luckless preparation," Beer said.
"His rating is high enough now to go straight to the Country Championship qualifier, so I don't have to worry about him qualifying.
"He won over the distance of the Championships (1400m) the other day and it was a solid win after just having no luck previously.
"We still haven't seen the best of him and I'm pretty excited to have him as one of my Country Championship contenders."
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Several of the ARC committee are among the part-owners of Mnementh including president Mark Cronin, Rod Mullavey, Steve Stewart, Michael Dyordyevic, Richard Sloane, Glenn Chapman and Ann McHardy.
Beer said stablemate Branders Rule will also be aimed towards the Championships.
Branders Rule won the Jack Maher Classic on debut at Wodonga in May.
The son of Brazen Beau has recently been gelded .
Branders Rule has been in work and is not far off resuming for the stable.