Sir Barnabus has been a great money spinner, earning almost $400,000 in prizemoney after Edwards bought him out of the paddock for only $8,000.
Meanwhile, trainer Graeme Green is hopeful Rockhampton flyer Master Jamie can also provide him with his biggest success in the Listed Weetwood Handicap (1200m).
Master Jamie bounced back to form with a record breaking win over 1200 metres at Rockhampton on September 4.
It came after a mild case of Ross River fever in March and three defeats since an impressive all the way win against his own age at Eagle Farm last February.
“I was gobsmacked when he broke the track record, which has stood since 2014 in Rocky last start,” Green said.
“Marnu Potgieter won on him that day and he said he could have got a lot quicker if he let go.”
Green rates favourite The Odyssey the main danger after Master Jamie drew barrier 10 but comes in two spots if the emergencies don’t obtain starts.
“There's a lot of speed in the race and The Odyssey will probably lead,” Green said.
“I’d like to see my bloke one out and one back coming to the turn.
“Toowoomba is a horse for courses track but I’m confident Master Jamie will cope with it.”
The Odyssey is currently a $3.30 favourite following his dominant all the way win over the Tony Gollan-trained Just Orm at Doomben two weeks ago.