Ballarat trainer Clayton Tonkin is yet to publicly name a driver for his stable star Ride High's next outing.
Ride High makes his next race appearance at Terang on Saturday night.
Kima Frenning has driven the boom five-year-old in each of his five starts this campaign.
She took the reins after relocating to Ballarat to work with Tonkin and his partner Emma Stewart in a new equine rehabilition and pre-training operation being establishing next to their training complex at Cardigan.
Frenning has moved back to Goulburn Valley.
Ride High has had three other drivers in his career, which spans 16 starts for 15 wins.
Chris Alford drove him in four of his first five starts.
Mark Pitt had five drives on him and then Greg Sugars twice late last year in his only runs in a brief preparation.
Ride High is the headliner in the eight-horse $30,000 Gammalite Pace, 1680m at Terang.
Once again harness racing fans have been denied a clash between Ride High and Lochinvar Art - a battle the harness racing community is desperately keen to see.
Lochinvar Art was nominated for Terang, but as his Shepparton trainer-driver David Moran indicated would most likely happen, he was not among acceptances.