Punters are in for a treat with a couple of star sprinters set to do battle in the Crown Perth Winterbottom Stakes (1200 metres).
Group One winners Terravista and Malaguerra are the class runners in the field and appear to have the race between them despite having 10 other rivals to worry about.
Malaguerra heads into the race after securing the Group One Darley Classic on Stakes Day.
The Peter Gelagotis-trained runner produced a sensational turn of foot to hit the front at the 300 metres before holding off the fast-finishing Spieth at the finish.
Malaguerra is actually a dual Group One winner at the distance in WFA conditions having captured an exciting BTC Cup in May earlier this year when he was still being trained by Lee and Anthony Freedman.
Ben Melham retains the ride on Malaguerra with the pair ideally drawn in barrier one.
The son of Magnus has had two runs back from a spell with his first-up second to Star Turn at Caulfield an indication of what was to come.
You would have to think that a replication of that run and the Darley Classic triumph would go close to giving him the win here in WA's feature sprint.
Standing in his way though is one of Australia's premier sprinters, Terravista.
Joe Pride's stable star resumed from a seven-month spell with a cracking second to Redzel on November 3. Many who saw the run thought he should've won after jockey Hugh Bowman failed to find clear running at the ideal time. What made the effort even more remarkable is that he was lumping 60.5 kilos that day!
Back to Weight For Age conditions here, Terravista is a huge chance and does perform well second-up where he has three wins and a placing from seven starts.
A look back through the seven-year-old's form shows why he was regarded at one point as the world's premier sprinter.
Five runs ago he finished a narrow third to Delectation in the Darley Classic after Bowman dropped his whip over the concluding stages.
He then finished second to champion sprinter Chautauqua in the Lightning Stakes during the Autumn.
Terravista is class personified and won the 2014 Darley Classic beating Chautauqua and Lankan Rupee in what is one of the more memorable sprint races of the modern era.
Bowman and Terravista will begin from barrier five and the horse has been specifically set for this race by Pride. Discount him at your peril!
If you had to pick one horse that could possibly trouble the leading duo then Takedown would have to be it.
Out of the Gary Moore barn, Takedown won back-to-back Group Two events at Randwick recently when successful in The Shorts and Premier Stakes.
The latter of those wins was under WFA conditions which shows that he will be suited here.
The gelding goes into the race off the back of two unlucky efforts during the Melbourne Spring when placing behind Voodoo Lad and finishing close-up behind Rageese in the Chatham Stakes.
One of the negatives for him is barrier eight on Saturday but with the services of Tim Clark, the pair may be able to slot into a handy enough spot.
Takedown has definitely taken the next step this season but whether it’s enough to trouble Malaguerra and Terravista remains to be seen.
Of the others, local hopes will look to the Bob Peters-owned State Solicitor.
One of the more exciting talents to come out of WA racing in the last few years, State Solicitor has racked up six straight wins following a debut fourth and heads into this full of confidence.
He isn't well suited under the WFA conditions as he carries the same weight as the two favourites, so this will give us a true indication of just how good he is because he has only raced through the classes at Belmont and Ascot.
Premier jockey Willy Pike has chosen to ride him ahead of the stablemates Regal Commander and Battle Hero.
Rock Magic, a winner of 12 races from 34 starts, is the other realistic local hope.