One of the more promising sprinters in the Riverina is the Junee-trained Wild Tyrone and the son of Dyna Double One is expected to add to his already impressive resume at Wagga on Friday.
The black dog has not raced since finishing resolutely to collar Extreme Riot in the latter stages at Wagga on March 12, scoring in a slick 22.82 seconds.
That 400m assignment was his at first the journey and the move from box seven to the two alley is a positive. With a noted slow beginner drawn on the rails, Wild Tyrone should get 'clear air' early on and take a power of beating.
Though at her best from an inside alley, Sunburst (box eight) must be respected after being hampered last time and at 21 months of age, Sunburst has plenty of upside but it's advantage Wild Tyrone on this occasion.
Earlier on the card, Peter Dooner's talented Got A Group makes the quantum leap from grade five to open class company.
Successful in five of nine career starts - all at Wagga over 320m - Got A Group boasts a cracking 18.15 seconds personal best but will need to be on her mettle to handle the depth in this assignment.
Soustaille (box one) is the winner of 15 races and resumes from a seasonal break. She can show high speed but is a searing wide runner and the inside alley complicates her task.
Tranquil Gypsy has posted nine of her 17 wins at Wagga over 320m while Run Fast Maximus has prevailed in six of 11 starts at the track/trip.