Ross Price’s 2020 Furphy Bunbury Cup winner Arctic Stream has drawn barrier six for Saturday’s $160,000 Seacorp-Hyperion Stakes (1600m) at Belmont Park. The five-year-old, who will be ridden by regular hoop Paul Harvey, has run once since returning from his three-week spell, finishing sixth to Perfect Jewel over 1400m on May 30. However, given the draw and the time he has been afforded to prepare, plenty of punters are sure to back Price to deliver the goods. Another South West angle in Saturday’s big feature could be irrepressible Myalup hoop Lucy Warwick, who had been booked by Darren Mcauliffe once again to guide six-year-old Gatting. Warwick suffered a fall during Wednesday’s meeting at Belmont Park and injured her ankle. Although it is not believed to be broken, she is in a race against time to be fit for the mount. As it stands, skilful Bunbury hoop Kyra Yuill, also a good friend of Warwick’s off the track, has been selected to replace her. Despite having not placed since returning from a spell, the gelding has had his moments at times and is good enough to salute if he gets into the open. However, the poor draw could hamper his chances. The race will also feature $4.8m stakes earner Black Heart Bart, who had Warwick aboard him during his latest two trials, in what could be one of his last major races in WA prior to retirement. In the Amelia Park Handicap (1300m), Yuill is in prime position to make it four wins in five starts for Michael Lane’s emerging force Resortman. The gelding, who finished fourth last Saturday to Showmanship in the Heineken 3 Handicap (1400m), led until the closing stages before being overrun. Yuill said post-race her faith in the horse had not changed and was confident he would bounce back quickly. For Yuill to rule at the winning post, she may need to quell the influence of her friend Warwick, who could be aboard Lindsey Smith’s silky filly Aberdeen Queen. Should Warwick secure a fourth consecutive win, the filly could be earmarked for a big summer campaign, given her recent impressive displays against quality opposition. Later in the day, Jackie Panizza’s in-form gelding Costa Del Santo will be aiming for three wins from four in the Glenroy Chaff Handicap (1400m), though the Dardanup flier will need to overcome his journey from barrier 11.