Seven weeks since finishing fifth in the Macro Meats Golden Easter Egg, Victorian trained Kilty Lad looks to redeem himself this Saturday night (June 11) as he lines up in heat three of the Group One Rapidvite Peter Mosman (520m).

After starting equal favourite in the world’s richest race, Kelly Bravo’s kennel star (pictured) will start from box one this Saturday, and with a personal best of 29.62 the Superman x Sisco Train dog will start favourite on his return to Wentworth Park.

"He is one of the older and more capped dogs in the series," trainer Kelly Bravo said following the box draw.

"It does give us some confidence going in with his performances previously at this level, and he is well in himself, he just needs to avoid trouble early," she said.

Kilty Lad will go up against last start Wentworth Park winner Circuit Breaker as well as Allen Lennox from the Graeme Bate kennel.

Just one of many fantastic youngsters taking part in the $50,000 to the winner series, Kilty Lad is joined by fellow Golden Easter Egg finalist Adam Meway, trained by Anthony Azzopardi, Group Two Ladies Bracelet runner up Shereen Bale and Wentworth Park sensation Fancy Dean.

After finishing third in the Macro Meats Golden Easter Egg, Adam Meway (box seven) lines up in heat two on Saturday night.

Purchased by friends Adam Brandt, Paul Bilich and Adam Lentfer two years ago, the red fawn dog will be aiming to secure his second Group One final spot within three months.

Adam Meway will vie for a semi final position against last start Wentworth Park winner Dana Travis (box four) and in form Graeme Bate trained greyhounds Dyna Fig (box one) and Carol Allen (box six).

Wentworth Park sensation Fancy Dean (box five) will look to record his third consecutive headquarters’ win in heat six of the Rapidvite Peter Mosman.

After finding trouble early last Friday night (June 3) Fancy Dean produced an amazing effort to run down Loathsome, who lines up in heat seven box two in the series.

Trained by Wally Lutiger, Fancy Dean will look to put in another strong effort and claim the victory for part owner Socceroo, Tim Cahill, who is currently in Australia.

With eleven races at Wentworth Park this Saturday night, race goers will experience more top quality racing.

First race is at 7.28pm with gates open at 6pm.