As a jockey, Munce won the Oaks on Giovana (2000), Zagalia (2003), Vouvray (2004) and Miss Keepsake (2010).
If Ceol Na Mara can reach the Oaks and win it, Munce would become the first person to ride and train Queensland Oaks winners.
Munce is putting his knowledge of the Oaks into Ceol Na Mara's preparation.
Ceol Na Mara has shown plenty of staying ability and finished second to Derby hopeful Trusty Lad in the final of the Queensland Three-Year-Old Stayers Series in December.
“The series was a good idea because it helped trainers get an idea if they had a staying three-year-old and also helped to boost prize money,” Munce said.
Ceol Na Mara is raced by one of Queensland's leading owners Bill Andrews and his brother John.
“Bill and John have had plenty of success in the winter but they would love to win a Group One race,” Munce said.
Boomsara is headed for the Gold Coast Guineas in a fortnight on his way to the Group One Stradbroke Handicap.