Three second row draws have reduced David Druitt's confidence heading to Young on Tuesday.
The Wagga trainer lines up Saucy Dreams, Yoursnmine and Lenas Art across the six-race card.
Although expecting all three will perform well down in grade, he isn't heading north with too many expectations due to the barrier draws.
"They are all down a little bit in grade and can all be thereabouts," Druitt said.
"I just thought in each race one just had my measure."
Yoursnmine was just run down at Riverina Paceway on Friday, but despite the second placing Druitt expects another horse on the back up is the one to beat.
"Nelly Albertina in the race against Yoursnmine was a very good run the other day and it draws better than I do," he said.
"It is a last start winner, where I just got beat in Wagga in a similar race and I thought it was the one to beat."
He doesn't believe the instead of the second row draw suits Saucy Dreams either.
Especially after being unplaced in her last four starts.
"I thought the draw just doesn't suit at all," Druitt said.
"The worst thing that can happen to her is if you can't use that bit of speed you've got out of the gate."
Druitt expects another improved performance from Lenas Art, who was fourth last time at Wagga after doing plenty of work.
However after drawing the outside of the second row he expects it will be a similar story to her last run.
"The other big mare (Lenas Art) is working good, but can probably only work forward and run a place from there," Druitt said.
"I don't know what wins it but I think the draw will just bring her unstuck too.
"I thought they would all struggle to win but thought all three would be in the money."
The first race gets under way at 6.21pm.
Fields for Wagga's meeting on Saturday are due to be released on Tuesday as well.