SALE Turf Club will host an eight-race program on Wednesday.
The first race will at 12.25pm, with the final at 4.30pm.
Rain over the weekend has helped give the track a “soft seven” rating.
Starting in race four, the three-year-old benchmark 64 handicap (1000 metres), Moi Choux, from the Richard Laming stable, has a win and a second placing at Sale in his previous two starts.
Beauty Supreme, to be ridden for Graham Begg by Jordan Childs, finished second on heavy going at Caulfield earlier this month. Before a 29-week spell, the gelding had a win and three third placings.
China Affair is coming off a win over 1000m at Cranbourne, also on a soft track.
Anthony Freedman has entered Lake’s Folly in race five, the 1100m benchmark 64 handicap. The three-year-old gelding had a last start win at Sale on April 28 in a similar race.
Four-year-old mare Write Enuff, trained by Ken Keys and ridden by Jye McNeil, is coming of two second placings over 1000m.
In race six, the 2200m benchmark 64 handicap, Laming runner Mr Monaco is coming off two trial runs following a second placing at Cranbourne over 2080m last month.
Lord Lennox, trained by Robbie Griffiths, came third at Sale last month before a three-week break, then finishing second at Moe last week, but will be stepping up in distance from those runs.
No horses entered in race seven, the 1600m benchmark 64 handicap, have winning form.
Taberna finished second at Sandown last start, while Peter Gelagotis runner Herman’s Bells was runner-up at Geelong.
In the final race, the 1400m benchmark 70 handicap, Wilde Gem won during the most recent Sale meeting over 1112, while Miss Skeptical has back-to-back second placings and will look to step up in distance successfully.