Peter McRae is looking to extend his winning form after driving his 100th winner at Temora on Saturday.
McRae, who is now based in Junee, has two chances at Albury's meeting on Tuesday.
He'll drive Blade for Hellen Scott before steering Nobbys Clock for new boss Rod Woodhouse.
He expects both will be more than competitive.
"I think both of them are in with a fairly good chance," McRae said.
"Both of them are place chances anyway."
After winning his first race five years ago, the 23-year-old was pleased to bring up the milestone victory with Moreau Drive.
"It's about time I got there," McRae said.
"I felt like to took forever but it is a milestone and it is good to get there."
However it will see his concession claim cut from five points to three.
Moreau Drive is also looking to back up his effort from Temora, but this time will be driven by John Scott.