Talented 3yo Baroda will remain at her home track to tackle the Group 3 Gold Coast Guineas (1200m) at the Gold Coast this Saturday.
Baroda was also declared for Rosehill in the $200,000 Inglis Guineas (1400m) also on Saturday, with leading rider Kerrin McEvoy engaged.
OnTrack principal Grant Morgan said the decision to stay at the Gold Coast was a difficult decision, but ultimately deferred to trainers Toby & Trent Edmonds.
"I didnt think there was too much between the two races. The good draw at Rosehill was appealing to me. But Toby and Trent were keen to stay at home," said Morgan.
"Gold Coast can be a tricky track and she is trained here and won here last start. She is going to have to overcome a wide alley and we are going to need a perfect ride from Andrew Mallyon."
The All Gold OnTrack colours are regularly in the winners circle at the Gold Coast. They were successful in the 2017 Gold Coast Guineas with another talented Queensland bred filly in Savanna Amour.
Andrew Mallyon will also partner the OnTrack managed Always on Show (NZ) in the Group 3 Ken Russell Classic (1200m) on the same card.
Prepared by Kris Lees, Always On Show (NZ) was a narrow second on debut at Newcastle on 2 May.
A New Zealand bred 2yo filly bred to get over further, Always On Show (NZ) was also accepted to race at the Sunshine Coast on Friday over 1400m.
But the lure of potential black type at the Gold Coast enticed both Lee's and the OnTrack connections.
"Wisdom of Water looks the winner, but the rest of the field looks fairly even so we will have a throw at the stumps and see if she can run into a place," said Morgan.
Always On Show (NZ) is the first starter for the OnTrack/Lees combination which is aiming to take advantage of the dual state system at Newcastle and the Gold Coast.
"She will have a break up here and enjoy the Queensland winter. It's great to have the option of the two stables and move them seamlessly when it suits."
"She is bred to be more of an Oaks or Guineas filly as a three year-old. So what she is doing now is very much a bonus. Black type would be a huge result as a 2yo," said Morgan.