Junee Reefs trainer Matthew Harris is hoping Roll Out will make another long wait worthwhile.
Once again the two-year-old finds himself in the last night on a Wagga card.
After a win on debut at Canberra, fog stopped one of his planned starts before a second last week.
Despite being run down by Rollecks, Harris was far from disappointed and is looking to go one better on Friday night.
“He’ll go ok,” Harris said.
“I thought his run the other night was ok, he led and got reasonable sections but got home pretty quick in his last half.
“Looking at it he was entitled to win, but I wouldn’t say he stopped.
“The other one just out-dashed him so I wasn’t overly disappointed with him.”
Roll Out has plenty of first starters to contend with, with three of his six rivals on debut.
With that in mind Harris doesn’t want to make too many plans from barrier five.
“You’re just not sure what will happen in two-year-old races and I’ll just work it out as I go, but he does have good gate speed and is a genuine sort of a race horse,” he said.
Harris also has Endless engaged and is hoping she can produce more after drawing barrier one.
“I’ll have to wait and see how she goes, I expect her to win a race soon,” he said.