Twenty-year-old Serpentine trainer Josh Jovanovic has high hopes for Elite Frame and Flying Deejay, both stepping out for their maiden appearance at Mandurah tonight.
Elite Frame, who will commence from box two in the Free Entry Tuesday Maiden Stake (405m), jumped from the red last week and led throughout to qualify by eight lengths.
Tonight's affair won't be as easy but with a similar jump from a perfect draw Elite Frame could take some catching in the run home.
"I think she has some ability and will do alright," said Jovanovic on Racing Radio.
"She has some nice early toe and is jumping out of the boxes well."
Kennel mate Flying Deejay has also drawn ideally in the red and can breakthrough first up in the Silver Sands Resort Maiden Stake (405m).
Flying Deejay will appreciate a drop back in distance and should be strong at the finish after leading for the majority of his 490m qualifying trial.
"If he jumps like he did in his trial he will be very hard to run down," said Jovanovic.
"I think both of my runners are in line for good debuts if they can get a clean beginning from the boxes."