Spanish Whisper is no slouch having raced on four occasions, registering two wins, including one at Group Two level, while also filling a place at her only other outings.
Co-trainer Tom Dabernig said she was an interesting addition to the stable.
“She looks to have jumped out well for us and we're a little bit hopeful that she might be a 1400 metre, miler type that potentially could get to a Thousand Guineas,” Dabernig said.
“She showed she's got speed in those those shorter races in New Zealand but it's hard to sometimes line them up.
“She's a beautiful looking filly, an athletic type.”
Dabernig says the stable will be keeping a close watch on the filly before she heads out for Saturday's three-year-old fillies race over 1200m.
“They say she can get a bit hot and stirred up on race day, so I'll be interested to see how she handles it on Saturday,” Dabernig said.
Dabernig described Saturday's race as a fork in the road for the filly.
“She will probably improve a bit off her first-up run but I would say she's got to improve a bit to be winning this,” he said.
Spanish Whisper is vying for favouritism at $6 behind $5.50 joint favourites Anjana and Humma Humma while Khulaasa is rated a $61 chance.