The chucks are back on the track Monday night in Ponoka and for High River's Jordie Fike there's a lot on the line.
Heading into Monday's races, he sits third in the aggregate and is in just the right spot to make Tuesday's semi-finals.
Fike says he wants to make sure he finishes at least in the top four so he'll have a choice on heat's and barrel's.
"I want to be in the fastest heat, so kind of pick which guys, hopefully I'm in the top three and then obviously I'd go for the one or two barrel in either heat. but probably heat eight would be better, just a little fresher race track. Heat nine's a little more chewed up."
Okotoks Mark Sutherland (12) and High River's Jason Glass (10) have outside shots at making the top eight heading into Tuesday, but will have to run top times again Monday to do it.
Sutherland had the fastest time Sunday, while Glass was a close third.
The top four wagons coming out of Tuesday's semi-finals go head to head in Wednesday's $50,000 dash for cash.