BENDIGO trainers will chase success at Kerang's annual Boxing Day meeting.
The raceday has attracted a six-race card, with central Victorian trainers represented in five of the six events.
Fresh from Master's Degree's slashing win in the final event on his home track last Sunday, Bendigo trainer Steven Lake will saddle up Sudden Rush in the first event at Kerang.
Sudden Rush will have her first start for Lake, having had one start for Patrick Starr more than a year ago.
King's Voyage will make its debut in the same race for Bendigo trainer Kym Hann.
The three-year-old son of Good Journey hasn't had an official trial going into the race.
Jeanie's Dream kicks off a busy day for Maldon trainer Brian McKnight.
Jeanie's Dream, which is yet to place in five starts, is the first of three runners for the respected trainer.
In race two he saddles up Street Connection, while in the final event the consistent Caniwin looks a strong each-way chance.
Brendon Hearps will be hoping The Baby Sitter can break through for its first win in race two. The four-year-old ran a promising fourth at Donald two starts ago, but was disappointing at Swan Hill last start.
The Rod Symons-trained Red Five has a wide draw in race four. A winner of six races, Red Five looks well-placed on its best form.
Meanwhile, Shaun Dwyer has two runners at Thursday's Caulfield meeting.
Harada Belle, a daughter of Haradasun, will have her first start in the $80,000 Joe Brown Plate (1000m). Promising stayer Tampere resumes for Dwyer in race five.