Narrandera trainer Ellen Bartley is hoping some good draws can lead to big things when group one places go on the line on Friday.
Bartley lines up four hopefuls, Rocky Branach, Nomorelying, Rossini and Forever Yin, across the five Regional Championship heats at Riverina Paceway.
All four are last start winners.
Forever Yin has raced at group one level before but Bartley struggled to nominate her leading contender.
Instead she's thrilled by how all of her chances head into the feature event.
"I think they have all had really good preps coming into the series," Bartley said.
"I'm really happy with all of them.
"There isn't much between Forever Yin, Rossini and Nomorelying and they're all got their different styles of racing.
"It is going to come down to how the races are run."
Forever Yin has drawn one in the final heat but doesn't possess a great deal of gate speed, Rocky Branach (first heat) and Nomorelying (second heat) will both start from two while Rossini has come up with gate five in the third heat.
After being placed into separate heats Blake Jones will drive the quartet.
The heat winners are guaranteed a place in the $100,000 final at Riverina Paceway on May 23.
The top two will then progress to race in another $100,000 race at Menangle the following Saturday.
Other winners will come from earlier group one races at Bathurst, Newcastle and Menangle and Bartley was vocal about the later start of the meeting, which was moved from a Sunday day event to the night..
"I'm sure whoever wins it is going to be upset as it is a long way to travel to Menangle from the Riverina," she said.
"We've got the longest trip and the shortest back up.
"I thought it was a bit rough as while they think about turnover what happens to the participants?"
Meanwhile Albury's meeting on Tuesday was abandoned due to the state of the track.