ANGELIC Light, the mare that can extinguish Robbie Griffiths’ Group 1 drought, heads west on Friday in peak condition, reports Racing Network.

Griffiths, with five Group 1 seconds to his name, is pleased with condition and form of Angelic Light ahead of the Winterbottom Stakes at Ascot on Saturday week.

And, Griffiths noted what will also assist Angelic Light is that she will be stabled with  Simon Miller, who was a stable foreman for him.

“Simon knows how I operate, how I feed them. He knows me back to front,” Griffiths said.

"I’m delighted, it feels like an extension of my business here. For my first runner in Perth and her first trip away it could not be a better scenario.

“She is good order, she did some nice strong pacework on Saturday and Tuesday and had a nice controlled gallop this morning.”

Angelic Light has emerged as a bona fide Group 1 sprinter this season afterscoring a win over Lankan Rupee in the McEwen Stakes, a close-up fourth in the Moir Stakes and a photo-finish second behind Lankan Rupee in the Manikato Stakes.

Griffiths said the unknown is how Angelic Light will perform after travelling and acclimatising to her new surrounds in Perth.

“If she holds her form she is going to be a terrific chance,” Griffiths said.

“If she meet exactly the same race at Moonee Valley or in Melbourne you would be very confident, but it is the unknown of the travel.

“But, we’re going to make the trip and hopefully she will handle it well.”

Angelic Light is the $3.80 favourite with for the Winterbottom

Griffiths has decided against taking Girl In Flight west for the Railway Stakes.