The six-year-old mare hasn't won in more than two years but she continues to be a consistent placegetter, lifting her prize money to $527,900.
Kemp admits it is a goal to win another stakes race with Sold For Song and believes a dry track is the key to her chances.
“She has had six runs back from a long spell and they can be virtually split into two groups – those on dry tracks and those in the wet,” Kemp said.
“First-up she was good at the Gold Coast on a dry track then she failed at Doomben in the wet.”
“We then went to Sydney where she was disappointing on wet tracks but her two runs since back here on the dry have been excellent.”
Kemp has no worries about Sold For Song at 1600m.
“She has had two runs at the distance for thirds in the Queensland Guineas and the Sunshine Coast Guineas which are both Stakes races,” he said.
“There is a case to say she should have gone close to winning both.”
Jockey Luke Tarrant will again have the ride on Sold For Song after finishing third at Doomben.
“Luke rides her very well and I am happy to stick with him,” Kemp said.
“She is owned by Con Searle who is a stalwart of the Kilcoy Club,” Kemp said.
“He said to me two years ago there was only one race he wanted to win and that was a Cannonball final. Zouzoukakia ran third last year but we were able to win for Con this time.”