Co-trainers Robert and Todd Harvey will be keen to maintain their momentum when they unveil Jetoomy for his debut start at Northam this afternoon.
The father and son combination are in the midst of a hot winning streak with three of their previous starters at Belmont and Kalgoorlie saluting the judge.
Commencing a dream week was, Tradesman, who won the Dayana Plate (2000m) before King Cool and Silver Minx delivered the goods in the goldfields.
Jetoomy is well schooled for his first appearance after three trial hits outs since January including twin victories at Lark Hill and Belmont.
The Reset gelding, who will race in blinkers, is primed for his first up assault after being scratched from a Belmont engagement last Wednesday.
“He came up with a slight rash around his neck, chest and girth,” said Todd Harvey on TAB Radio.
“We elected to wait a week with him but that’s all cleared up now.
“He has drawn well and is a nice two year-old who has trialled well.
“He is showing quite good talent and I think he will be hard to beat.”
In a field of 12 runners Jetoomy has drawn barrier three for Natasha Faithfull.