Wallendbeen trainer Lorraine Roy is chasing more success at Wagga on Friday night.
The Wagga Gold Cup winner lines up London Tom and Extreme Chance.
London Tom is a younger sibling of her Wagga Gold Cup winner Gunshot Ridge.
He’s had a win and two thirds from four starts to date but Roy doesn’t go into the first of the six Ladbrokes Back Yourself 0-2 Wins (320m) heats too confident.
“He’s never been there and is probably racing over a distance that may not be suitable for him really,” Roy said.
“But we’re giving him a look to see how he handles it.”
Veteran Extreme Chance has drawn box two in the Million Dollar Chase 6/9 Stakes (320m).
She’s won 40 races throughout her 115-start career as well as 49 placings.
Despite being a winner at Dapto three and four starts back and coming off a narrow second at Wagga last time out, Roy is concerned she’s giving away too much age on her rivals.
“It is a very hard race that she is in and she’s a masters dog now,” she said.
“She is getting on and has to race a lot younger dogs in that sort of race.”
They qualified three through to the final, but none will be contenders for the Million Dollar Chase heats next month after being sold.
“They’ve all been sold and racing elsewhere now,” Roy said. “We’ve only got these couple and that is all we’re racing at the present time.”