The filly started at $101 but ran a great race, finishing fifth after coming from well back in the field.
It was the best effort by a Queensland horse in the race and was a great pointer to the winter.
“We said all week it was just great to be in the race and that we were sure she would not disgrace Queensland,” Hulbert said.
“She didn't have much luck and had she got out a touch earlier might have picked up fourth money.
“But we are delighted and I think the form out of the Millions this year will be strong. I reckon the four that beat her are genuine Group horses and hopefully so are we.”
Hulbert said a race like the BRC Sires' Produce Stakes in May could be ideal for Oh Five Glory.
The filly is raced by a group of Wests Tigers supporters and named for the Tigers 2005 NRL grand final win.