Go Kart begins her three-year-old career in the Irishinjuredjockeys.com Race at Dundalk on Friday night.
Patrick Prendergast's filly enjoyed a profitable first campaign, which culminated with a victory over the minimum distance here in December.
She came up short when last tried at six furlongs, but that did come in Listed company and a third at Navan over the trip suggests that stamina won't be her undoing.
There was a good word for Crazy Tornado at this venue just before Christmas and while Mick Halford's gelding could only manage third, he might still be the biggest threat to Go Kart.
The action gets underway at 5.30pm with the Big Bad Bob Maiden, in which the Aidan O'Brien-trained Belong attempts to improve on her second placing here earlier in the month.
The daughter of Fastnet Rock did her best work at the finish on that occasion so the step up to a mile and a half should see in her in an even better light.
Northern Surprise rounded off 2015 with a brace under the lights and goes for the hat-trick in the www.dundalkstadium.com Handicap.
Tim Doyle's five-year-old has a further 5lb rise to contend with and is worse off with Poetic Choice, who he beat by only a head last time.
Ondamoura has developed into a really consistent middle-distance handicapper and whatever beats him in the Follow Dundalk On Facebook Handicap may well win.
Similar sentiments apply to Split The Atom in the Crowne Plaza Dundalk Race & Stay Package Handicap, although the steadier of 10st 1lb - before Donnacha O'Brien's claim - doesn't help his cause and the likes of Coto and Kimbay could be better treated.
Last year's winner Norville is back for more in division one of the Jolly January Dining Handicap, while the second instalment sees last week's runner-up Torpedo Alley strive to go one better.