The Mitch Beer-trained Mnementh will carry the hopes of several committee members of the Albury Racing Club when he contests the $150,000 Country Championships qualifier at Wagga on Saturday.
Club president Mark Cronin alongside Michael Dyordyevic, Steve Stewart, Rod Mullavey, Dick Sloane, Glenn Chapman and Ann McHardy are all part of the syndicate in the galloper.
Beer revealed Mnementh could have easily have been racing in Singapore instead of contesting the qualifier.
"This horse was two days away from being sold to Singapore," Beer said.
"I only saw him win a jumpout when I first moved to Albury but I thought he had some ability.
"Fortunately most of the committee got around me and we were able to buy a cheap horse.
"He won on Albury Cup day last year which was a huge thrill albeit without a crowd.
"He is still only young, very lightly raced and I have a lot of faith in the horse.
"If he's not winning, he's never far away and I'm hoping that's the case again on Saturday."
Mnementh has built a consistent record of three wins and five minor placings from 13-career starts.
After resuming last month Mnementh has produced arguably the best two runs of his career leading into today's race.
"I thought his efforts at Canberra and Randwick were his best two runs," he said.
"They have provided the perfect lead-up to the qualifier.
"He's spot-on to produce a career best performance."
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