KILMORE trainer Wayne Potter is plotting an interstate raid on the $15,000 Albury Pacers Cup with his in-form pacer Shadow Reign.
Shadow Reign is set to battle out favoritism for the Albury feature after finishing runner-up in much stronger grade at his past two starts at Melton and Echuca.
"It looks a pretty even field but I'd like to think my horse is the testing material," Potter said.
"He's been racing in good fashion against stronger opposition and has pulled-up well after running second in the Echuca Cup.
"Echuca is a small track like Albury and he has won previously at Albury so the smaller track won't be a problem."
Ellen Tormey replaces Gavin Lang in the sulky on Shadow Reign who will start from gate eight on the second row.
"He is a fairly versatile pacer so Ellen can put him almost anywhere she wants after the start," he said.
"He's strong and got speed so she's got options."
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