Champion trainer Linda Britton is poised for another successful night at Cannington and can get the programme off to a flying start with Changes in the Keith and Pick The Picks Maiden Stake (530m).
Changes has gone very close with placings at his past two starts and has enough early pace to overcame an awkward draw in box five.
"I was hoping for a dyer track but the way he is goings suggests a win is around the corner and hopefully it is tonight," said Britton.
West On Pedro is racing in consistent fashion with just one miss from ten outings and has drawn ideally in box two for the Cerebral Palsy Awareness Week Juvenile Stake (530m).
"He can find the lead and could take some catching in front," Britton said.
Lucy's Rose is coming off a last-start sixth to Hot Irish in a heat of the Winter Cup when he ran a respectable time of 30.88sec.
The daughter of Head Bound will appreciate a drop in class when contesting the tccp.com.au Canning Stake (530m).
"She has dropped a grade which is a big thing for a dog like her," said Britton.
"She is probably going as good as she has and is a definite chance.
"Don't dismiss kennel mate Moss Vale who has the pace to be right up there"
Inverness appears to have overcome his injury concerns and is displaying good form with one win and a third in three runs back.
Britton expects Inverness to produce another consistent effort in the Creating Possibilities Kanyana Series (530m).
"I thought his run the other week on a slow track was very good," said Britton.
"He got home as nicely as he ever has.
"He has been a lot of work and has had a few problems but hopefully we have got him back"
West On Polly is knocking on the door with placings at her first two appearances including last week at Cannington when beaten a length.
The Bombastic Shiraz greyhound has copped her best draw in pole position and looms as a top chance in tccp.com.au Maiden (530m).
"She has a good box and this doesn't look an overly strong maiden," said Britton.
"Her time last week wasn't that good but in saying that it wasn't a bad run.
"She tried hard and chased well which is a big plus"