Trainer Lynda Bundy will throw the majority of her stable firepower at her home track meeting at Moruya on Sunday.
Bundy only trains six horses at Moruya, but will start four of those including last stat winner She’s Got Bling.
She will also be represented by Dance Harder Son, Sunday Hustler and Theatre Tickets.
The trio all raced at Moruya on August 8 where Bundy’s horses invariably perform well as her record in recent times would indicate.
Several placings from her stable runners at Moruya in recent months has her team ready to deliver something similar again.
Jockey Michael Travers will ride She’s Got Bling – a winner at the Sapphire Coast last start – along with Sunday Hustler.
Apprentice jockey Kristina Rayner will partner Dance Harder Son and Theatre Tickets. She’s Got Bling broke through at her fifth start after two recent placings and Travers feels the mare can run up to her recent efforts.
“She is a progressive filly who does a fair bit wrong. She can be bad at the barriers and can hang in her races but is improving,” he said.
She’s Got Bling steps up to a Class 2 (1435ms) where she takes on more experienced racing opponents. The four-year-old has drawn the outside alley which won’t help her cause, but Travers remains optimistic.
“This may be her last start before a break. It’s a tougher race but she is racing well enough to be competitive,” he said.
While She’s Got Bling took a handful of starts to break through, Sunday Hustler is looking for his first victory at his 12th start.
Placed four times including a narrow last start second, Sunday Hustler is well overdue to win.
“He has also drawn wide again so I will just let him slide across and hopefully try and lead like last start when he was grabbed right on the finish line,” Travers said.
“That is his style so hopefully he can be right there and win.”
Rayner rode three winners last month and will be looking for her first in August with her two rides for Bundy.
Dance Harder Son has been placed seven times form 23 starts and will be fancied to crack his first win in the opening race.
Theatre Tickets ran fourth beaten under one length last start and is another strong hope for Bundy.
The track is rated a Good 4 for the seven race program which features the South Coast Registered Clubs Cup.