Trainer-driver Aiden de Campo has three runners in race eight at Gloucester Park on Friday night and says he is struggling to pick his best chance.
De Campo is in red-hot form and currently leads the Western Australian trainers' premiership with 21 winners, something he will be looking to build on this evening.
Talented three-year-olds Floewriter, The Miki Taker and Rock On Top, who have 16 wins between them, will represent De Campo in the Most Winners In A Night Co-winner Wayne Currall Pace.
De Campo would usually face the difficult decision of who to drive out of the three but he is serving a brief suspension and will instead watch on from the sidelines.
In his absence Ryan Warwick will drive Floewriter, Shannon Suvaljko will be in the sulky with The Miki Taker and Aldo Cortopassi takes the reins of Rock On Top.
As for who has the best chance, De Campo admits it is tough to call but Floewriter has landed the much-coveted barrier one draw and could win from the front.
"I can’t split the three on ability, but on the draw Floewriter looks to have the advantage," De Campo said ahead of the race. "Floewriter is a good frontrunner; he’s got a heap of gate speed, and he should lead.
"The Miki Taker (barrier two) should get a good run (behind the leader). He was a touch disappointing two starts ago but he felt super at his latest start and showed that he is back to his best.
"Rock On Top (a winner at four of his eleven starts) is improving with every run."