Peter Dooner is hoping a drop in distance will see Gotta Bounce return to winning ways at Wagga on Sunday.
While both her wins have been over the 400 metres, Dooner is hoping dropping down to the 320 metres for the first time can help her.
Especially with one less corner to negotiate.
"Gotta Bounce looks like it has a few lengths on them if it doesn't get touched," Dooner said.
"I've pushed her down in distance because of the 400-metre corner.
"She was getting tapped on the corners but now she will be jumping straight into a straight so that will help her a lot. She won't be negotiating that corner and other dogs won't be to get a bit tangled up."
Gotta Bounce won her first race at start three in April, and backed it up a fortnight later, but has been unplaced in her last two efforts over the 400 metres at Wagga.
She's drawn box two.
He rated her his best chance on the 11-race card.
Dooner also has Go Do More looking to make it two wins on the bounce after winning in his second start last week and Got A Cookie in a maiden.
He believes box manners will be key for Go Do More in a strong form race.
"It is a bit of a tricky one that one and it is all about how he gets out of the box," Dooner said.
"If he can step somewhere near the front he has a big chance but if he doesn't he's going to get tangled up on the corner again."
Dooner said not being able to trial dogs against each other due to coronavirus restrictions has made educating them to race in field very difficult.