The St Fort Peacock team is chasing the spoils at Wagga tonight, with a three-pronged attack.
Heading the team is classy two-year-old Art Major filly Majadore.
The Eric Basham-bred and owned pacer was impressive on debut when third, then last weekend at Albury became unbalanced early and found it hard from that point before finishing sixth.
"She is a lovely little horse and with more experience we expect her to keep improving in leaps and bounds," Tony said.
"There are some nice types in her race tonight, but I'm sure she won't be too far away."
Former Queenslander Cheval Zeppenology bumps into a smart one in Power of Red (winner of his past four - two on the Orange grass track) in the RSL Club Pace.
"His work at home has been OK and we always knew he would take time to get back to his best, having had 12 months off the racing scene," Tony said.
The lightly-raced Flying Moth is a runner in the Wagga Oaks.
A winner of three (two of these at Melton) from 11 starts, "The Moth" has unfortunately drawn wide in the six-alley.
The Oaks event oozes class, but Flying Moth has the ability to match it with them.
The pacer wasn't ever comfortable when seventh at Albury last start, and was held up late.
Stable foreman Adam Richardson takes the reins tonight and he knows the Wagga circuit well, so success wouldn't surprise.