Gloucester Park - Race 2 7:56pm

No. 5 Alta Rhett

Arguably the horse most deserved of a win in WA, this gelded son of Alta Christiano strikes his most winnable assignment of late this evening.

A versatile runner, this Sarah Wall prepared gelding has been racing beautifully well without the greatest of luck of late, with his last start testament to this given the manner in which he found the line from back in the pack. Importantly champion driver Gary Hall Jnr takes the reins this evening, having had seven drives on this horse previously for five placings.

Drawn a touch obscurely in barrier five, this profiles as an open race which results in this gelding as our best each-way play of the evening.

Gloucester Park - Race 3 8:26pm

No. 1 Brickies Dream

A member of the astute Robbie Williams camp, this gelding gets significant class drop for this evenings assignment.

This son of Rock N Roll Heaven was beaten merely 0.2m last start in a fast run race over the mile here at GP, hitting the line well from a running line position. A dual winner over this track-distance, this gelding draws the pole here and should have enough gate speed to hold the front from the ideal barrier.

Given the lack of other pace influences and the nature of this race, this five-year-old is ready to win.

Gloucester Park - Race 6 9:54pm

No. 1 Hampton Burner

The fast class event of the evening sees only six runners line up, with Hampton Banner coming up trumps for mine.

A noted leader with an abundance of gate speed, this Debra Lewis trained runner has been racing exceptionally well with minimum luck of late. At his latest start, this gelding clocked stunning closing sectionals when savaging the line into fourth seven days ago in open class company.

In a small field with limited winning chances, this gelding will lead with the master Chris Lewis aboard and from there should prove hardest to beat. He is my best bet.

Gloucester Park - Race 7 10:21pm

No. 7 That's Not My Gait

In a typically open race for the trotters, David Youngs sole representative looks to be a great value chance.

Although drawn awkwardly in barrier seven, in regular drive Aiden De Campo gets in the bike once more this evening and he is driving in inspired fashion of late which bodes well for this geldings chances. The son of pacing stallion Follow The Stars last start at Pinjarra was full of merit, finishing fourth after doing a power of work throughout.

Given the key scratching of Marengo Bay, this field has been opened up drastically which leaves this gelding on top.