Junee trainer Bruce Harpley is hoping he can continue a hot run of form to secure his first Southwest and Riverina premiership.
Harpley only has three horses in work, but is looking for Harps to make it three wins for the week at Young on Friday.
Molly Kelly and The Irish Eagle both won at Leeton on Tuesday night, while Harps is coming off a win at Riverina Paceway last time out.
However he faces a tougher task in a heat of a Menangle Country Series.
"King Fisher looks pretty hard to beat but Rusty did go extremely good at Wagga last time," Harpley said.
"The only worry is he might have wanted to program his stay at my place."
The Junee postman never dreamed he would be able to emulate his father Allan to win a premiership with outside work commitments but would love to be hold on.
Harpley moved three wins clear of Ellen Bartley, who has three poorly drawn chances at Young, with five meetings left in the season.