KILMORE pacer Bitobliss is all the rage for Saturday night's $50,000 PETstock Bendigo Pacing Cup.
Despite facing a back row draw, the Scott Stewart-trained pacer was installed a $1.80 favourite on TABSportsbet on Wednesday.
The Dean Braun-trained Im Corzin Terror, which will be driven by Chris Alford, is on the second line of betting at $4.20, with polemarker Wartime Sweetheart at $4.60.
Defending Hunter Cup champion Mah Sish ($7.50) arguably represents the best value in early betting.
Smudge Bromac is on the next line of betting at $14, while Bendigo owned and bred pacer Jazz King is a $26 shot.
Classy trotter My High Expectations is expected to dominate the Group Two Maori Mile on Saturday night.
The seven-year-old has won five of its past seven starts and was third in last year's Group One Great Southern Star.
Despite drawing wide in gate six, My High Expectations is a $1.60 favourite for the Maori Mile.
The Chris Lang-trained Kyvalley Blur ($4) and Michael Stanley-trained Empire Earl ($7.50) are the only other runners in single figures in the betting.
Shelbourne trotter Aleppo Midas ($14), trained by Michelle Eastman, and Bellingham ($61), trained by Anthony Crossland at Huntly, will fly the flag for the locals in the Maori Mile.