All eyes will focus on the return of Schinzig Buller who resumes after a two year absence in the Shirley Hitchcock Pace (2185m) at Northam tonight.
Schinzig Buller hasn't raced since the 2010 WA Pacing Cup when seventh behind Washakie.
The seven-year-old gelding, with a record of 11 wins and 12 placings from 39 starts, will race for the first time under the care of Kade Howson.
Schinzig Buller enters his first-up assignment on the back of two Byford trials and last week ran fifth to Saucy Legend over 2150m.
"He's had a couple of trials but I still think it might take a few runs before he finds his best form," said Howson.
"It's been 2 ½ years since he last raced and being such a big gross horse doesn't help.
"At his first trial he ran out of gas in the final 100m and last week he was flat out chasing Saucy Legend.
"He will need the run no doubt."
Meanwhile Jarrad Humphries has urged supporters to stick solid with perennial placegetter Bobby Teal in the Gwenn and Poppsy Conditioned Pace (2560m).
Humphries believes the four-year-old gelding is poised to breakthrough after nine consecutive minor placings.
"On paper I think he can do it as it's a pretty good drop in class for him," said Humphries.
"If you look closely at his record he genuinely runs into one or two who are just better than him on the night.
"He is a maturing type who is going to get better.
"He will find the front tonight and I think he will be very hard to run down."