Adam Richardson is hoping some luck with barrier draws can lead to success in the NSW Breeders Challenge Regional heats at Riverina Paceway on Tuesday.
The Leeton reinsman has drawn barrier one in three of the heats with Master Jude, Sasha and Lady Sliema.
However it is another of his chances, Killara Eagle in the hot two-year-old colts and geldings field for Damien McKelvie, who he rates as the best of the chances.
"It is going to be tough racing but looking at it they are all a chance from the draws," Richardson said.
"I've got a good opinion of Killara Eagle and while I know he's drawn three outside the other two (Hy Voltage and Rocknroll Runa) I think if the one holds and Jacko (Painting) has to do a bit of work I'll be there at the finish.
"It still doesn't know what it is doing yet but in its first start it ran that nice time."
Sasha has the drawn one in a more even two-year-old fillies heat.
After success in her heat of the group one series Richardson knows he's got options with the Norm Jerrick runner.
"She has good gate speed and can put herself where we want to be," he said.
"Whether we hand up or hold the front I don't know yet, I'll have to talk to Normie but either way she is in with a good shot."
Master Jude is another heat winner looking for more success for Col Thomas in the three-year-old colts and geldings heat.
Stepping back after tackling higher graded older performers, Richardson knows he will be suited by the draw.
"He's a genuine leader, he's got the speed and if we can have a reasonably comfortable lead and dictate a bit I think he's a really good chance too," he said.
Lady Sliema completes the quartet after a win at Albury for partner Alanah Pitt.
"She has had a little blow since winning at Albury and has come back better so I'm happy with her," Richardson said.