Maxine Locke's exciting Cooliogold can confirm his status as one of the top young prospects in training by completing an unbeaten run through the Midlands Puppy Derby at Monmore this weekend.
On Saturday night, live on Racing Post Greyhound TV, he dons the blue jacket of trap two and can quickly assert in the 480m contest.
A flashy break and his fierce early speed put his semi-final to bed very quickly last weekend and more of the same is expected this time around.
Belinda Green's Bradys Bullet (11/2) and Sheffield raider Fearsome Quest (5/1) are big dangers if getting a clear run, but the speedy selection is fancied to get first run.
Northern Puppy Derby champion Links Maverick (6/4) is bidding to land another top puppy prize but will need to clear Cooliogold (7/4) at the corner.
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Local hope Crokers Brandy is well drawn to dominate in the chief supporting race on Saturday night - £1,500 Jim Woods Memorial Trophy Final.
Staged over the 630m trip at Monmore, the starting traps are on top of the first bend and this inside pitch in trap one can prove to be a massive advantage.
The son of Good News cruised to a 10-lengths victory in his heat last week and can again make all the running.
On Friday night some of the top staying stars line up at Oxford for the Galaxy Marathon over 847m.
Antepost jolly Droopys Jungle (7/4) heads the betting but is opposed in the search of some value.
Hove raider A Mystical Love (7/2) impressed last week, swooping late to score in her semi-final, but instead it's another hound based on the south coast fancied to score.
The lightly raced Ower Smasher (16/1) is yet to show her true colours over a marathon trip but can use her inside draw to hold Night Time Danny (9/4) on the run to the corner and cut loose at a big price.
June Harvey's two-year-old will need to build a big advantage but can pour on the pressure on the opening lap.
Belinda Green's Bonjour Bullet (6/1) has a little to find on the clock with rivals in the £10,000 Coronation Cup Final at Romford on Friday night, but a chance is taken on the Oaks runner-up at the prices.
She scrambled home to land her semi-final last week and will again need to assert in the early stages, but she is well drawn down the centre and can make all in the first of two big finals at the London Road circuit.
The other is the £10,000 Golden Sprint Final and is a tricky 400m contest to solve, champion sprinter Gougane Jet (5/2) has the early pace to boss matters but would only be a tentative pick in a classy and competitive contest.