Blueblood filly Remember Me heads a classy Kentuckiana Lodge team ready to descend upon Alexandra Park on Friday night.

Trainers Cran and Chrissie Dalgety start three of their stable stars at the meeting, with Remember Me to be joined by last start Sires Stakes Silver winner Casino Action in their three-year-old assignment.

Coming into race 5, neither horse could have possibly gone better in their last start.

Remember Me was buried three-back on the inner in her last outing against a smart line up of fillies at Addington.

When clear, the daughter of champion mare Adore Me charged to the line running a scintillating 25.9sec closing 400m.

That kind of speed will be a huge asset in her big upcoming assignment in the Group One Sires Stakes Fillies Final.

And it will be more than handy when she and her stablemate take on a lower grade field on Friday night.

“She raced super last time at Addington and she has gone up to Auckland in great shape,” Cran Dalgety said.

“Naturally I would like to be up there with the team but they are in Derek Balle’s capable hands.”

“With Tony H in the bike she loses nothing there, so all signs are positive heading into Friday night.”

“I would expect her to be peaking for the Sires Stakes but on class and having drawn inside Casino Action she will be very competitive.”

Remember Me has drawn barrier 5 with Casino Action and driver Andre Poutama outside her in barrier 7.

Casino Action comes into Friday night’s event on the back of an outstanding win in the Sires Stakes Silver.

Though he may require a slice of luck from his wide draw, the two-year-old is ready to run a huge race.

“He just keeps getting better this guy, he is the ultimate professional too, so he will race well.”

“This race will lead us into some nice opportunities up north, so hopefully we can start things on a good note.”

“He is in great heart and his confidence is sky high, so they will know he is there.”

Kentuckiana Lodge also start their classy mare Pelosi in the Group 3 Breeders Stakes on Friday night.

The Aussie bred and raced pacer has copped a tricky draw in barrier 1 on the second row.

But with high speed to overcome it, it is a case of Pelosi needing clear air to show her best.

“The draw isn’t ideal, so we do need a bit of luck.”

“Hopefully when they pair up she isn’t too far off them and if she gets out she will be hitting the line hard.”

“She is in very good order, so we just need her to run into a gap or two.”

Andre Poutama also takes the reins behind Pelosi.

The Kentuckiana Lodge team also start Trixton Time at Addington on Friday night.

The trotter’s last start seventh at Motukarara had merit and he could offer some cheek in race 1.

“He got a check and he was three-wide and parked for most of his last start and he wasn’t too far away.”

“In an even field he is a chance.”

Carter Dalgety takes the reins behind Trixton Time.