A wide gate prompted a scratching from town but No Doubt Acracker looks likely to be there soon after another impressive win at Caloundra.
The Not A Single Doubt four-year-old made it three victories in a row at her new home track in four starts since moving north from New South Wales.
Ridden by Robbie Fraad, No Doubt Acracker ($2.80-fav) wouldn't be denied, barging her way clear in the straight to win by one-a-half lengths.
"We did have her in town in a Benchmark 70 (the following day),'' said trainer Stuart Kendrick.
"Unfortunately, she drew the outside, so we elected to go here tonight,'' he said.
It was the manner of the mare's third win for the stable that was most pleasing.
"I was impressed with her,'' said Kendrick.
"She really had to barge her way and out when she did she put them away fairly quickly,'' he said.
"She's thrived up here. When she did get into the clear I was pretty confident she would go on with it."
Fraad found himself in a bit of an awkward position at the top of the straight after being back in the field..
"I was happy enough that they did run along because she got a bit further back than we thought,'' Kendrick said.
"But we've got the right bloke on with Robbie Fraad to judge some speed. I thought he did it well."
Images courtesy of Trackside Photography