Locally-trained sprinter Got The Double will try to continue her rich vein of form when she lines up in the ninth event in Hobart on Monday night.
The Susan Gittus-trained chaser has been a model of consistency at her last six starts.
She is yet to finish outside the first four, adding to her overall record of six wins from 22 race starts for owner Tony Tufo.
Mangalore-based Gittus is hopeful that form will hold up in what looks a tough race on paper.
"Got The Double is racing well and holds form over the short sprint distance," Gittus said.
"After she won in Hobart on March 28, she fell which resulted in the stewards giving her a failure-to-chase charge.
"I then changed her routine and switched her to the shorter distance which is working."
Got The Double has box 5 but Gittus is not concerned.
"A win wouldn't be a surprise because Got The Double can handle most box draws," the trainer said.
"This bitch has great early speed which is to her advantage and she is strong enough to run out the 450m easily which makes her a good chance in all her races.
"She displays good field sense and knows how to make her own luck really."
Clunes, Outlaw Teddy and and Yaritza Allen look the main dangers.
Premier trainers Anthony Bullock and Ted Medhurst have plenty of chances across the program.