Junee trainer/driver Steven Harris could get off to a flying start in the opening races of an eight-race card at Leeton today.
With a couple of wins at Canberra and Wagga Wagga already under his belt, Mister Decorum looks likely to start favourite in the first race, bidding to win a third race from seven starts.
Despite starting from the second row in the small field of seven runners, the son of Mach Three should have enough ability to give himself a great chance of victory over the 2147 metres.
Harris could fill a minor placing at decent odds in the following race with his gelding, Sunrising.
Still seeking to shake off his maiden tag with his first victory, the son of Dawn Of A New Day would have to run a fast time to lower the colours of likely favourite Killara Hustler.
Harris will have another chance of victory in the third race with another son of Dawn Of A New Day – Blissfulday.
Also looking for his first win, Blissfulday has a good chance to break through in an open race.
Harris has another two runners in the seventh race and has chosen to drive Lets Hope His Good, while Adam Jenkins will drive Pinnacle Hope.
Harris will be hoping his five-year-old gelding Lets Hope His Good can continue his fine form from his previous race on July 3 when winning at the same track.
Major Maguire, who finished 3.1m behind Lets Hope His Good in that race, gets his chance to make amends today in the fourth race, although he won’t have it all his own way as he faces a number of handy competitors.