Chris Brew, fresh from preparing and driving Lucie Boshier to victory in the John Higgins Memorial at Gloucester Park on Friday night, will unveil Glenferrie Hood in the Real Desire 2Y0 Pace (1684m) at Pinjarra on Monday.
And the trainer-reinsman expects the Christian Cullen gelding to produce a forward showing when he steps out for his maiden appearance from barrier two.
"He trialled against older horses last week and we have taken our time with him since he arrived from Melbourne," said Brew.
"I have a lot of time for him and hope he can go to the races and do everything right and benefit from the experience.
"Sheckler for Kim Prentice looks well in on its form but we have a slight barrier advantage.
"I'm sure if Glenferrie Hood does everything right he will be right in the firing line."
Sheckler, who has been placed in each of his first three starts, will step from barrier three.
Ive Dunarunner has given Brew great consternation but there is no denying when at his best the six-year-old can play a serious part in his races.
The Tinted Cloud gelding performs well at Pinjarra and can score his eighth win from 46 starts in the Shadow Play Pace (2185m).
"Every time he goes around and doesn't gallop I'm happy," said Brew.
"But he has drawn well in five and can take advantage of his gate speed.
"His working well at home and I'm sure he will run an honest race."
Ive Dunarunner has raced at Pinjarra on 10 occasions for three wins and three minor placings.