RISING star Rocknroll Baby is expected to have little trouble continuing her Cup domination on Saturday night.
The daughter of Rock N Roll Heaven has won four Cups this season, including The Hambletonian, Mount Gambier and Kapunda Cups at her last three starts.
This time around the Greg Norman-trained trotter will contest Port Pirie’s feature from a 20-metre mark.
Despite the mare facing a tougher handicap, Norman is confident Rocknroll Baby can add the event to her impressive tally.
“Moving back makes it harder for her, but she is racing well, feeling great and will be ready to run another big race,” Norman said.
“At times she can put in a rough stride, but she’s been on her best behaviour for a while now.
“She’s only baby still and is going against older horses, but if she trots, she’ll be hard to beat.”
Citing Rejuvenation as a major threat despite his back mark, Norman is also weary of Truscott Law.
Rejuvenation will give Rocknroll Baby a 30-metre start, while Truscott Law will begin from the front line.
“Rejuvenation is a good old timer which has been there and done it all before,” Norman said. “Truscott Law is racing well and has a handicap advantage.”