Astute greyhound trainer Brad Keel rates Hysteria Miss a strong winning chance in the Dogtainers.com.au Kanyana Stake (530m) at Cannington on Wednesday.
Keel has Hysteria Miss racing in career-best form with two wins from her past four starts including a stylish performance a week ago when she led comfortably throughout.
If the Pure Octane bitch can maximise box one and get away swiftly she could take some catching in the run home.
"She has turned her form around after being a non-winner and has the early pace to be up near the front," said keel.
"I don't think this is an overly strong field with a lot of depth and this will suit her.
"She will definitely be around the mark and be hard to beat."
Keel is more circumspect with Kennel mates Proven Mead and Billy Burst who will clash in the Sprintergold Canning Stake (530m).
Proven Mead, who will jump from two, was runner-up to Deutronium earlier in May but trailed Tree Bandit last time out.
Billy Burst, who was a Kanyana winner in June and in similar company two starts back, will have his work cut out from the pink box.
"Proven Mead has been very disappointing since returning from injury," said Keel.
"She is not performing to her best and I can't recommend with confidence.
"But the draw will suit and at the top of his game he is capable
"Billy Burst is a very hot animal and we haven't seen the best of him.
"He should be an absolute star.
"Box eight doesn't suit but he is slowly putting it all together."
"He is one to watch when he draws closer in."