Morgan Woodley - to drive last start winner Tuxedo.
The Pewsey Vale Vineyard heat for the M0-M1 to qualify for the $25,000 Find Thirty Everyday Series Final the following Friday night has once again attracted a quality line-up and looks to be the most competitive race on the card this Friday night.
There is a lot of exposed winning form, including impressive last start winner Tuxedo, Kalgoorlie Cup winner Rockyourbaby and recent Gloucester Park winners, The Feather Foot and Next Dawn.
The barrier draw has fallen the way of The Feather Foot, coming up with the coveted rails alley. Two starts ago, the Chris Brew trained and driven 6YO, lead all-the-way from the same barrier, while Tuxedo, drawn barrier two, could not have been more impressive last Friday night, leading-up the three-wide line for the last lap, before proving too strong for his opposition.
The front line also has the very speedy IP Game Of Chance, who has shown blistering gate speed and from barrier four, has drawn the perfect marble to launch an early attack.
Next Dawn looked good in rating 1:55.9 for the 1700 metres two starts ago, before a closing third behind El Padrino in the Pat Cranley Memorial last start, but will once again have to overcome a backline draw along with Kalgoorlie Cup winner, Rockyourbaby.
This is the second of the monthly series with a $25,000 final, which will migrate through the M-classes. The first M0 series was won by star pacer Im Victorious, while next month series caters for the M1-M2 class of horses. There is a M2-M4 series planned for January for higher class horses, not able to compete against the Cups class horses.