Great Southern trainer Steve Wolfe travels to Northam on Thursday with just the one entrant but rates highly to go home with a one hundred per cent strike rate.
I See Luck, with four placings from five career starts, lines up from barrier five for jockey Shaun McGruddy in the Baileys Tristar Maiden (1300m).
The Pricelessly gelding will be improved after running a short-head second to Le Quest when resuming over 1206m at Pinjarra on August 9.
At his first run since April, I See Quest speared through to grab the lead inside the final 200m but was overpowered by the winner.
He will strip fitter for the outing and with blinkers off and winkers on the four-year-old looms as a top winning hope.
I Say Sasso will have her admirers after chasing home Peggie’s Dream for fourth when first up over 1000m at Belmont on August 1.
Mosstradamus, from the inform Simon Miller stable, performed as expected with a top win on debut at Northam last fortnight.
The Mossman gelding bounded out of the gates for jockey Pat Carbery and was never headed when scoring by a comfortable 1 ¼ lengths.
He is sure to get a similar run from barrier five as he attempts to claim his second win from as many starts in the Baileys Energy Handicap (1400m).
Copper Rocket ended in third position and three lengths from Who’s To Blame when having his first start back over 1300m at Northam a fortnight ago.
Who’s To Blame franked the form at Belmont on Saturday when she powered home from last to run third to impressive youngster Hussy By Choice.
Copper Rocket hadn’t been seen since a top fifth to Karrakatta Plate-Sires Produce Stakes runner-up Keeper Quiet at Ascot over 1200m earlier in March.
The Colin Webster-trained gelding, drawn barrier nine for jockey Troy Turner, is up against a field of 16 in the Baileys Quality Maiden (1300m).
Wheatbelt Swallow heads into the Baileys Grosorb Maiden (1100m) with confidence after a solid 1000m trial win at Belmont last week.
The Flying Pegasus gelding, to be ridden by Paul Harvey, holds strong appeal after drawing favourably in barrier two.
Wheatbelt Swallow copped gate 11 of 13 and 8 of 12 when seventh and third respectively in May’s two start campaign.
Harvey will team up with David Harrison’s Buster’s Empire who will race with the addition of blinkers in the Baileys 3.1.1Maiden (1100m).
Buster’s Empire raced wide throughout and wanted to lay outwards before punching out a strong second to Gingerman over 1000m at Belmont on August 8.
It was the gelding’s first start since debuting at Pinjarra earlier in January and he now has consecutive placings from two career starts.
Buster’s Empire could lead into a productive return for the Harrison and Harvey combination with Due To Reign, McBlitzam and Don’t Tell Buster in with solid claims.
Don’t Doubt Buster beat just one runner home at Belmont last fortnight but there were excuses when he blundered the start and raced wide throughout.