HARD-WORKING trainer Mitch Beer is set for a hectic start to the Easter weekend.
Beer will saddle-up ten runners on Thursday - seven at Albury and three at Benalla.
He said Anna Baabella looked the best chance of delivering the chocolates for the stable.
Anna Baabella scored on debut last month at Albury and will contest the $30,000 Benchmark 58 Hcp (1400m).
Jordan Mallyon is booked to ride.
"I thought Anna Baabella was extremely impressive at Albury on the first day of the carnival," Beer said.
"She has had a freshen-up and drawn ideally in barrier four.
"The 1400m suits and she is a mare with huge upside."
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Anna Baabella was originally trained by Tony McEvoy but arrived at the Beer stable unraced.
She is by boom sire So You Think.
Beer was also upbeat about the chances of Sherpa Trail who drops sharply in the weights after running third last-start at Albury.
"Sherpa Trail gets in really well at the weights," he said.
"He has been a model of consistency this preparation and also has had the benefit of a little freshen-up.
"Over the 1500m on his home track with 57kg, I think he is a terrific chance."
Shepra Trail was a winner at Corowa two starts back before being nabbed late last-start at Albury when attempting an all-the-way win.
Beer pinpointed Rarer Than Rubies as his best prospect of notching a Victorian winner.
Rarer Than Rubies will resume from a 27-week spell in the $22,000 Benchmark 58 Hcp (1106m) with Jake Noonan in the saddle.
"She is a pretty high class sort of filly," he said.
"She won her maiden at Wodonga last preparation fairly convincingly."
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