Tony Glenny is supremely confident that Henley Hollow will be hard to beat in the Dunnings Fuel Distribution Mixed Stake (588m) at Northam on Monday.
Henley Hollow has to overcome a losing sequence of ten but combined with a return to his favourite track and distance he looms as a genuine threat.
The Eye Murunna greyhound enjoys a solid strike rate over the 588m journey with two wins and three placings from five starts.
Included was last week's runner up effort behind Bee Tee You when he rattled home with a withering finish in 35.02sec.
Henley Hollow, to jump with the yellow rug, will contest a field of six with boxes three and six vacant.
"The small field will suit him right down to the ground," said Tony Glenny.
"I really can't see how he won't handle the race.
"I'm expecting him to go one better today."
By contract kennel mate Leica Lover has yet to win in seven Northam appearances but displayed improved form a week back when third to Kalden Mischief in a personal best of 30.29sec.
Glenny believes the Red Fawn bitch, drawn ideally in box two, only needs a clear and uninterrupted run to be in with solid claims in the Intercast Dale Series (509m).
The Glenny team will be represented by Kyber Pass and last-start winner Our Diaz in the Prime Trophies Dale Series (509m).
Our Diaz is the favoured of the duo after posting a maiden win in graded company at her second Northam run.
Her time of 30.21sec rates well against her rivals and Glenny is optimistic of another winning effort from the green.
"With a vacant box on her inside I expect her to lead the field," said Glenny.
"I'm not worried about any of her rivals and she only has to do everything right."
The Avon Computech Dale Series (509m) looks a most suitable race for Washington Heat who can maximise a favourable draw in three.
Washington Heat, who had her first look at Northam last Monday and led for the majority of the race, finished a length second to Cruiser.
"She is really a good beginner who can cross the field and go on with it," said Glenny.
Glenny finds it hard to separate Thunder Cracker and Battsy Monelli who will clash in the Bio John Racing Mixed Stake (509m).
"Thunder Cracker will appreciate the red box after getting into all sorts of problems last time," said Glenny.
"Battsy Monelli has a great track record.
"I think they can both play a part."