After a winning double at Bathurst on Wednesday night, Bernie Hewitt heads to Dubbo on Friday eyeing more success.
The leading trainer-driver saw Scarlet Babe and stable star College Chapel win on Wednesday and he will have four chances in at Dubbo on Friday.
The experienced Hewitt won't drive at Dubbo, with his son Doug to be in the gig of Lady Swiss, Schnappshot, Mammals Riddle, and Lord Denzel.
Mammals Riddle will go in from gate four in the Westside Kitchens Three-Year-Old Pace (2120m), second-up from a spell.
Having not raced since August of last year, the gelding returned to the track earlier this month and finished third at Bathurst.
There is sure to be plenty of interest around Mammals Pride following the result, one which means he has a record of one win and one placing in five career starts.
Young Dubbo driver Tom Pay will drive Caribbean Rocket from gate one for Bernie's daughter and rival trainer, Gemma Rue.
Despite the favourable draw, Caribbean Rocket is one of the race's big outsiders having not yet scored a win.
The colt's best result has been third placed finishes at both Leeton and Orange, the former coming on his debut.
The eight-race meeting also features a heat of the Parkes/Dubbo Easter Pace (2120m), with the final of that series to be contested at Dubbo on April 20.
The Steve Turnbull-trained, Amanda Turnbull-driven Heza Slick Joe is all-but certain to start favourite in that event.
The Kiwi three-year-old has been racing in career best form lately with two wins and two placings in his last four starts.
Racing starts at 6.14pm on Saturday night.