John Crossley is enjoying maximum results from a small team of chasers including Boss Coin who will contest the Kanyana Stake (530m) at Cannington on Wednesday.
Boss Coin has made an impressive start to his career with two wins and two placings from his first five appearances and will have strong support to extend that record when he jumps from box two.
Last week at Cannington in similar company he overcame a slow beginning before mustering speed to get over the top of Freeway Force in a strong 30.96sec.
Crossley rates the greyhound highly.
"He is going well and is a nice mover who jumps out of the boxes nicely," Crossley said on Racing Radio.
"I've been really impressed by his performances and the way he finishes his races off after getting into trouble early.
"He could turn out to be a good one."
Crossley said Crashin Koby deserves respect on recent performances and from the red box will be the danger to Boss Coin.
Crashin Koby has just the one win since crossing from the eastern states but has been placed at his previous three outings.
Jamie Marsh has cautioned punters to ignore the trial performance of Mantra Girl who steps out for her debut in the Punters Club $35 Bet Bet Pack Maiden Stake (530m).
Mantra Girl ran 31.52sec in a 530m trial when second and five lengths from Heppell.
"I didn't think the run was too bad," said Marsh.
"I know the time wasn't too flash but the track wasn't red-hot.
"I don't think her debut will be too bad tonight."