Trevor White will line up two comeback pacers at Wagga on Friday.
The Junee horseman has Trevor first up for more than two years while Franks A Legend will have his first race since July last year.
Franks A Legend won seven on the trot, six for White, only for leg issues to cause him strife once more.
He’s returned to White’s stable but the experienced horseman expects he’ll be better for the run.
“He will need the run, he’s a bit short of a run, but he’s got a bit of class about him,” White said.
“He should go ok and has been out for 12 months too.”
On the other hand Trevor is a newcomer to his stable.
He’s still searching for his first win but has been placed in half of his eight starts.
Trevor hasn’t raced since August 2016 but has had a trial win and has come up with barrier one.
“I think they just put him in the paddock and forget to get him back in,” White said.
“I don’t know what happened but I haven’t had him very long.”
White has six horses engaged and while he’s not overly confident expects both La Gesture and Always In Command to run strong races as well.
There is an extra incentive for victory with the meeting of a number that have received an extra funding boost.
Wagga Harness Racing Club has contributed an extra $250 for every race on the card, a figure matched by Harness Racing NSW.
It is set to be a more common occurrence this season.