Todd Smart will launch a two-pronged attack on Saturday's Tumut Cup.
Smart will head to the hills confident of a strong showing from Great Glen and Miss Farloo in the $16,000 Garry Gillespie Constructions Tumut Cup (1400m).
Great Glen will carry the top weight of 60 kilograms in the feature race and Smart leans to the import as the better of his two chances.
"I guess I'd have to lean towards Great Glen purely because he's the top-rated horse," Smart said.
"The other horse is a last start winner in a Benchmark 55 and really should only be carrying 49.5 kilos if you done it properly. Great Glen has the top weight with 60 kilos.
"So I think if you did your form properly you'd say Great Glen is the better of the two chances.
"It wouldn't surprise me if they run one-two, or both finish in the first three but if I had to pick one it would be Great Glen."
Michael Heagney takes the ride on Great Glen from barrier eight, while Jordan Mallyon will be on Miss Farloo from the inside gate.
Great Glen ran fourth in the Tumut Mile last start and has since trialled.
"He's going really good," Smart said.
"He had a few little issues after his last run, it was far too firm for him that day and he trialled the other day and trialled really well in a strong trial so he's ready to go.
"Barrier eight is not ideal but he'll be back midfield with a bit of cover and you'd think he would be hard to beat."
Smart purchased Miss Farloo off Wagga trainer Ron Steiner last year. The mare has won two of her eight starts for the new stable.
"She's got the perfect barrier so she should be just behind the speed. She's a last start winner so she should run well," he said.
As a former Gundagai boy, now training in Canberra, Smart would love to win his first Tumut Cup.
"It'd be awesome," he said.
"I always look out for the Cup at Gundagai and Tumut and it would be great to tick one of those off."
Smart expects Bubbler to be winning the Sounds of the Mountain Maiden Plate (1400m) earlier in the day, while he is likely to scratch Stardux from the last.