Trainer Michael Young is confident Nevermindthechaos will keep the good times rolling when she takes to the track at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
The four-year-old mare will be going in search of her fourth win on the bounce in the $26,000 Hoist Torque Solutions Pace and Young is bullish heading into the race.
Young accepts that his charge is up against a quality field at the WA track but he believes Nevermindthechaos is the strongest of the lot and should get the job done.
Nevermindthechaos will jump from the No.2 barrier on Friday night and will be up against the likes of Three Rumours,
Unconditional and Alta Cinderella.
Young is also taking heart from the manner of her latest victory at Gloucester Park on Tuesday night.
“It is a good field, and I wouldn’t swap her for any of those mares,” Young said after Tuesday night’s win. “I knew she could do what she did tonight, so I wasn’t surprised at the fast time. She has gone 1.55 over 2130m a couple of times and has done it easily with the ear plugs in, unextended.
“The plugs had to come out tonight. Junior (Hall) said that when she hit the front, she switched off a bit. But when they came at her she found that bit extra. And that’s a good quality she has digging in like that even after she has run sectionals like that.”
Meanwhile Young is delighted that Nevermindthechaos is now showing the public what he has known for a while.
“It is good that she is finally doing what I thought she was able to do,” he added. “I have been saying for a fair while that she is the best horse I have got. So, it’s good that she is finally showing everybody the same thing.”