Darren Weir is ramping-up his jumping team’s assault on the famous three-day Warrnambool Carnival, reports Racing Network.

Now just a little more than four weeks away, the carnival is starting to take shape with Weir and many other leading trainers, including Gai Waterhouse, taking their best jumpers to the hurdle trials at Sportingbet Park next Monday.

Weir’s A-team consists of Cat’s Fun, Maythehorsebemagic and Gotta Take Care.

Weir said he was concentrating on his jumpers for Warrnambool, and “the others will take care of themselves” he said, referring to his flat horses.

“The main jumpers will be Cat’s Fun, Maythehorsebemagic and Gotta Take Care and we might have a few others as well,” he said.

All three members of his A-team will trial on Monday, as well as Church Lane, a winner of three of his past five starts on the flat, Jervois, and steeplechaser Via Savoia.

Gai Waterhouse will trial last year’s Metropolitan winner Glencadam Gold along with six-year-old Anabaa mare Tenby Lady.