Zipping Sapporo took out the Group 1 National Futurity at Wentworth Park early this year so seems graded to return from a spell on a winning note in a fifth grade event at Bulli on Wednesday night.
The Jason Magri-trained bitch will exit box one in the Gary Fowler Stakes over 400m, and while she has not started over this trip at Bulli, Zipping Sapporo is unbeaten in two starts wearing the red rug.
And she is undefeated in two races at Bulli, scoring over 472m in December in a smart 26.57 and a blistering 26.26.
A winner of eight from just 14 appearances, Zipping Sapporo was tackling far tougher top grade races at Wentworth Park when fifth in her two most recent outings in March.
Bandit Butch, a litter brother to crack sprinter Bandit Ned, scored his first win in 16 starts when he scored by eight lengths at Goulburn on September 7 but is set to complete a double in Wednesday's 400m Southern Engine Reconditioning Stakes.
Insane Fury has been beaten in five races since winning over 400m at Bulli in a brilliant 22.37 in July but should end the drought in Wednesday night's Pensy Big Marn Stakes, fifth grade over that journey.
The George Micallef-trained dog will wear the pink rug and has won two of his five starts from the outside draw.
On times he should be too good for his rivals on Wednesday, as while Insane Fury can be tardy out of the starting boxes, he could get a nice run down the outside of the track courtesy of keen railer To The Riots, who has drawn seven.
Crowdza Dazzled has won five of his seven starts on Victorian circle tracks and looks the dog to beat at his NSW debut in Wednesday's 400m Punters Love Bulli Stakes.
He has also won each of his three circle course starts wearing the red rug so should relish exiting box one at his first start for new trainer Stuart Hazlett.
At his most recent outing, over 440m at Sale on July 25, Crowdza Dazzled was second away but went fast along the rails and set up a five length lead in the middle stages.
He faded slightly in the straight to score by nearly two lengths so should find the Bulli 400m journey ideal.