Form stayer Indamani is set to continue his recent top form in the Pilbara Construction Handicap (1600m) at Port Hedland on Sunday.

The McFlirt gelding was eye-catching on debut at Port Hedland last month when he easily accounted for rivals over 1400m.

He won by a comfortable two length margin and was one of three winners on the programme for trainer Anne King and jockey Jeff Berry.

It followed excellent form at his previous preparation when he scored one win and three placings from five starts in Bunbury.

The four-year-old rises in weight but looks well placed to continue his winning streak and will hard to beat.

Viking Lad was another good winner at the season opener and only needs to reproduce that performance and he will go close in the BGC Contractors Handicap (1200m).

Apprentice jockey David Corp takes the ride and will be brimming with confidence after claiming his maiden win at Pinjarra earlier in the week.

Parador went agonisingly close to claiming his first success in four starts when a short-head second to Sheza Stinga over 1200m on May 19.

The Tiger Hill gelding has drawn ideally in barrier one and will be in a prominent position throughout in the Pilbara Waste Disposal Maiden (1200m).

The King and Berry combination look set to dominate the Brookdale Contractors Handicap (1200m) with Grandera filly Princess Deidre.

The three-year-old relished her first appearance on the Port Hedland track when she accounted for Carooned by just under a length.

The most interesting race could be the last with Pockets and Andretti to lock horns again in the Bullbuck PTY LTD Handicap (1300m).

The pair clashed last fortnight with Pockets gaining bragging honours by one length with race favourite Kingtar third.

Andretti, to jump from the outside gate in eight, will enjoy a 1kg weight turnaround while Pockets is drawn to get the run of the race from barrier one.