Josie Ella is aiming for a second straight victory

Josie Ella for David and Blake Micallef wins at Young Paceway last week. They'll be back in action on Tuesday night. Photo: Martin Langfield
Josie Ella for David and Blake Micallef wins at Young Paceway last week. They'll be back in action on Tuesday night. Photo: Martin Langfield

A local pacer is going for a second straight victory on her home track on Tuesday night.

Josie Ella for father-son duo David and Blake Micallef will contest the T&D Produce Pace (1720m) and is fresh off a victory at Young Paceway last week.

She is likely to be a big threat and Blake will look to take advantage after drawing the inside gate in the front row.

Last week, Josie Ella posted just her second career win.

The trip was over 2100m and she set a winner mile rate of 2:04.3s.

It was a narrow win for the four-year-old mare.

She edged out Katie Jenner's-trained Lettuceroll by just 1.6m.

Since joining the Micallef stable in February this year, Josie Ella has posted two wins, a second placing and a third placing.

On Tuesday night, she faces in-form Young pacer Holy Camp Caprhyse who has registered two wins in her last four starts.

Stablemate Golden Zara will feature and is looking to convert two recent second place finishes into victory.

Uroc Baby for Young trainer Rick Burnett has been in the placings in recent starts and is likely to once again challenge the front runners.

Sawyers Gully horse Enemy Lines has entered for trainer Stacie Elliott. The seven-year-old is coming off a win and two minor placings. Racing begins 5.15pm.