Punters will be spoilt for choice ahead of Friday night’s $50,000 Furphy Bunbury Pacing Cup (2569m) at Donaldson Park. Although Greg and Skye Bond-trained The Bird Dance presently heads the market, a number of South West hopefuls are more than capable of toppling him. Leading the way will be Bunbury-based Bletchley Park, from the Stephen Reed stable. Driven by Lindsay Harper, the five-year-old has placed in three of his last four starts. Despite finishing seventh to Vultan Tin in the Pinjarra Cup on Monday, Harper should benefit from a solid draw and be able to position him ideally heading into the closing stages. Bletchley Park’s stablemate Lord Rosco also holds claims, given his ability to win on a regular basis in Bunbury. In a positive omen for Reed, Lord Rosco has won over this distance at home before from a similar gate, which means he is more than capable of greeting the judges first-up if he is good enough. Capel trainer-reinsman Aiden De Campo should never be written off in a feature either, given his impressive track record. His task of piloting Better Be Oscar to glory will be from the second row alongside the “old boy”, 12-year-old Our Jimmy Johnstone, however De Campo has a habit of being able to deliver from anywhere when the occasion arises. Should nine-year-old Vultan Tin win for trainer Phil Costello, it would be his second country cup triumph in five days, after holding off Miracle Moose earlier in the week at Pinjarra. Race time is 8.04pm.