“His grand final is The Wave at the Gold Coast next month and if he can win The Gateway it’ll be a nice bonus to get into the Stradbroke.
“The Stradbroke is at another level though, so I’ll let the horse do the talking.”
Profit has been one of Anderson’s stable stars throughout 2020, along with Ballistic Boy who runs in The Doomben Mile on Friday.
Ballistic Boy is coming off a brilliant last start win in the Mooloolaba Cup at the Sunshine Coast on November 21.
“I’m really happy with Ballistic Boy and he’ll go very well,” Anderson said.
“I would prefer to see him at Eagle Farm as he and Profit both like bigger tracks.
“Hopefully he can run well enough to go on to the Magic Millions Subzero next month.”
Anderson also is hopeful Epic Girl and Boomtown Lass can pick up Black-Type races over the weekend.
Epic Girl faded to finish eighth to Niedorp in the Listed Tatt’s Classic at Doomben last start while Boomtown Lass won first-up at Doomben before a last start second to Racecourse Road in a 1200-metre Class Six at Doomben on November 28.
“Epic Girl is in a strong race but she was a bit flat for her last run and will take improvement,” Anderson said.
“I think she and Boomtown Lass are good eachway chances.”