Group 1 racing returns to Ascot on Saturday with the running of the $1.5 million Railway Stakes (1600m).
The final field of 16 with three emergencies includes three interstate raiders up against 13 of the Perth locals.
Melbourne’s Tuvalu carries the 58kg top weight with ace jockey Jamie Kah to partner the Group 1 performer.
Champion Sydney trainer, Chris Waller’s representative is last-start Hot Danish winner, Roots, the current TABtouch favourite.
Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young make their visit to Perth with Forgot You, to be ridden by Daniel Moor.
The G2 WA Guineas (1600m) will see the dream appearance of Keshi Boom and Super Smink in the $500,000 race.
Keshi Boom on the quick back up after extending her unbeaten record in Saturday’s G3 Champion Fillies Stakes (1600m).
Super Smink, the reigning two-year-old Horse of the Year, looking to bounce after running second to Keshi Boom in the Burgess Queen Stakes (1400m).