Driver Chris Voak and trainer Annie Belton will look to continue their successful association and strike early at Pinjarra this afternoon.
Voak and Belton have high hopes Lady Valasca can follow in the same path as Lady De La Renta who won at Gloucester Park on Friday.
The bay filly started a red-hot favourite and didn’t disappoint her followers, scoring a comfortable win over Princess Major, her fifth from 10 career starts.
Lady Valasca races second up after just failing to nab Bettor Captured, beaten a short half-head when on debut at Pinjarra two weeks ago.
Voak said the Alto Christiano filly, drawn in barrier five, was a good chance to shed her maiden status in the Mandurah 2YO Fillies Pace (1684m).
“She is a very nice two-year-old filly,” Voak told TABradio’s The Sports Daily.
“She is one of the early prodigies of Alto Christiano to go around.
“She does go well and has a turn of foot.
“She also has a bit of strength to her.
“She’s drawn awkwardly, but is sure footed and should be able to put herself into a nice spot.
“She is definitely an each way chance.
“Her first up run was very good.”