Leading Albury trainer Adrian Fury will take an in-form stable to this weekend's Stawell Gift Carnival.
David Flood, Mitch Palmer, Carrick Gill-Vallance, Brady Lehmann and Fury will be looking to cap off a strong season in the undercard events.
They will compete in the 70m, 200m, 300m veterans, 400m and 550m.
"The guys have been running well all year," Fury said.
"We've made a final at virtually every meeting with the exception of Ballarat.
"It's been a consistent season."
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Border runners Ben Hugal and Geoff Lam finished their seasons last weekend on a high note by making the finals of the 400m open and 400m novice events at Ringwood.
Fury, who started going to Stawell in the late 1970s, expects the competition to be fierce over the weekend.
"Hopefully one of the boys can get a good result," Fury said.
"It's always pretty tough with the big fields."
Flood will target the 550m, while Palmer has been running well in the 400m.
The action starts on Saturday with finals scheduled for Monday.
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