Maher and Eustace have been long time supporters of the Magic Millions and believe Coolangatta can give them another victory.
“We’ve been coming here for a while now and know what to expect,” he said.
“She’s seen a lot of tracks already for a young horse.
“She was obvious from day one when she started off at Ballarat then went to Sydney and was very dominant winning the Gimcrack.
“She’s got that bit of X-factor about her.”
Maher and jockey James McDonald were thrilled with Coolangatta’s work at the Gold Coast on Tuesday.
“She’s ticking over nicely,” McDonald said.
“The firmer the track is the better and so long as it’s a good track she’s the one to beat.”
Maher and Eustace also are hopeful off claiming the Magic Millions 3YO Guineas with Socialist who drew perfectly in barrier one.
Socialist finished second to the John O’Shea-trained I Am Lethal on the Kensington track in Sydney last start after a first-up win on December 1.
I Am Lethal’s chances in the Guineas have slumped after drawing gate 21 while stablemate Bend The Knee drew a horror gate 20.
The Robert and Luke Price-trained Jamaea drew gate eight and is the new $8 favourite for the 3YO feature.