Menangle - Race 2 7:00PM AEDT

No. 2 Rickoshay

In a race with many winning chances, this Lisa Fitzpatrick trained entire looks a strong betting proposition at each-way odds.

Although perhaps a touch disappointing behind Muscle Factory last week, this three-year-old has proved to be a model of consistency this preparation, failing to finish outside of the top four.

In a race putting the states best young drivers on display, this son of Bettors Delight has been fortunate enough to have the states leading driver Cameron Hart allocated to him, and from the low barrier; this nine-time race winner will be highly competitive.

Menangle - Race 5 8:45PM AEDT

No. 14 Timothy Red

The final of the Trotters InterDominion sees the upper-echelon of the nations square-gaiters take their place over the gruelling 3009m journey; with the Joe and Mary Rando trained Timothy Red seeming to be over the odds once again.

This son of Muscle Hill is the least experienced runner in this race, having only seen the starter seventeen times.

Remarkably however, this entire managed to win both the Menangle and Bathurst heats of this series, clocking the fastest mile rates from either heat on the night on both occasions.

In his third and final heat, the Cameron Hart driven runner settled in the rear half of the field in an on-pace dominated race, recording a top five last half in the race.

Although drawn appallingly on the outside of the back row, the longer journey negates the influence of barrier draws to an extent. Even more fortunately for this four-year-old, he should be able to trail either race-favourite The Penny Drops or the ever consistent Kyvalley Chief into this race, making him a momentous each-way bet.

Menangle - Race 7 10:00PM AEST

No. 3 Triple Eight

The final of the 2021 Pacers InterDominion shapes up as an intriguing event, with the Jess Tubbs trained Triple Eight seemingly the runner with the best chance at odds.

Driven conservatively throughout the series, this gelding has consistently attacked the line late, recording either the fastest or second fastest closing splits across all heats at each respective meeting. 

Suited by the 3009m distance, Triple Eight is drawn a fraction awkwardly in barrier three, but provided leading driver Greg Sugars can cover-up this son of American Ideal until the final stretch of this race, he could potentially be the runner storming over the top of them late.

It is important to consider the arduous runs both race favourites King Of Swing and Expensive Ego have endured throughout the series as well.