A few nice barrier draws has Junee trainer-driver Trevor Allamby upbeat about his chances at Riverina Paceway on Tuesday night.
Allamby will take three pacers to the Wagga meeting and rates Pensare Princess in the Troy Jones Fencing Pace (1740m) as his best chance.
Pensare Princess ran second at Junee last start and is drawn favourably in gate two as she looks to register her first win in more than a year.
"I'm happy with the three of them but Pensare Princess should go pretty good I reckon," Allamby said.
"She went good last start at Junee but I probably launched her a little bit early down the back straight. Hopefully she's a little bit fitter this time and she runs a nice race."
Pensare Princess is a daughter of the legendary Our Sir Vancelot, who Allamby bred and raced along with his wife Maree.
Allamby, who has seven pacers in work, will also be represented at Wagga by Great Hand (gate 10) in the TAB Odds & Evens NR55 Pace (1740m) and Indi Rena (gate one) in the Sky Racing Active Ladyship NR55 Pace (1740m).
"I'm happy with them, they've all got nice draws but you always need to have a bit of luck," he said.
The first at Wagga is at 6.09pm on Tuesday.