Tregea is chasing a breakthrough success for this preparation with his tough as teak eight-year-old, which will be on the short back-up from last weekend. Niccanova was heavily supported to win his second Bernborough Plate last Sunday at Doomben when leading the field up as the $2.80 favourite before tiring late to finish fourth. The $1.1m earner will return to the same venue six days later where Tregea is expecting he can thrive on the quick turnaround.The short back-up has proven fruitful in the past for the stable with Niccanova winning twice and finishing runner up three times from eight previous runs using the same pattern.“He has pulled up fine and handles the back up,” Tregea said.“He’s as tough as old boots.“The other day he just got left out in front and went too hard which he has done before but it surprised me to see him do it.“This weekend he will come back in distance from the mile and I doubt he will do it again in what looks to be an open race.”Niccanova has remained steady at $11 with TAB for The Buffering where the Desleigh Foster-trained Apache Chase is the $2.30 favourite.Anthony Allen will jump back aboard Niccanova while he is also booked to pilot Tregea’s other runner on the afternoon, the talented mare Eloquently. A last-start Just Now Stakes runner-up, Eloquently will chase a maiden black type success when she contests the Listed Nudgee Stakes (1200m).The classy daughter of Poet’s Voice will need to overcome a tricky draw in barrier 15 in the highly competitive $200,000 affair. “She is going well but the barrier will make it hard,” Tregea said. “She will have to go back and be ridden for luck but you can‘t do much about it and she has come from behind before.“We’ve freshened her up and she is coming back from the 1300m to the 1200m so we’ve kept her quite fresh.”Eloquently is a $19 contender for the Nudgee Stakes, which Tregea confirmed will be her final run this preparation.