Queanbeyan Cup winner Havaduel will have his last crack at the Canberra track before finding a new home over summer.
The in-form stayer will be placed on the market by trainer and joint-owner Joe Cleary, having turned a corner and won three of his last six starts.
Clearly will likely move him on to north Queensland or South Australia for competitive races next month.
But before then, the Queanbeyan trainer hopes to give him the perfect send off in Sunday's $40,000 Federal (2000 metres) at Thoroughbred Park.
"He's done his job for this clientele, he's met his mark. It's time to move him on," Cleary said.
"He's pulled up really well after succeeding in the Queanbeyan Cup and moving forward I spotted this race, a Benchmark70 in Canberra. Low and behold, the race is worth more than the Queanbeyan Cup so it was a bit of a no brainer to head that way.
"His work has continued to improve and he looks fantastic. Blaike McDougall rides him super, I really can't see him beat."
The five-year-old will likely back up the Federal at Warwick Farm on Wednesday week before being sold.
Cleary celebrated a second-place finish with Kiss My Swiss in a benchmark 72 handicap (1100m) at Canterbury Park on Friday night.
She finished a length behind La Foret, having held the lead until the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained filly chased it down with 75 metres to go.
"I'm really proud of both horse and jockey. Ellen [Hennessy] rode a perfect race, they've done their job," Cleary said.
She'll now head to the Gold Coast for the Aquis Raceday on January 9, along with stablemates Girls Are Ready and Hard Core.
Cleary, meanwhile, also has King Gutho and Disconcerted nominated for Sunday's meet in Canberra, with the latter chasing her maiden win in the handicap (1200 metres) under Matthew Cahill.
King Gutho will contest a 1000-metres sprint and should he finish victorious, Cleary will press towards the Magic Millions Classic.