Kelle­her dog to rule again

Sunday Territorian - - SPORT - JOSH SPASARO

DAR­WIN Cup winning trainer Brian Kelle­her’s Smack Dab should be suited over 537m and will en­joy box eight in the Gar­rard’s Horse and Hound $1750 race-five fea­ture at Win­nel­lie Park tonight.

New­comer Pep­per Beach (for Jamie Hosk­ing) and ken­nel­mate Wayne Outwide could be the main dan­gers.

An­other new­comer Not A Bull­dozer for Steele Bolton war­rants at­ten­tion and a bold first-up show­ing would not sur­prise in race one.

The enig­matic Booberry (Joel Vansleve) has a great chance to find him­self back in the win­ner’s cir­cle from box one in race two.

Peter Don­nol­ley’s Gos­sip Park will have his favourite lane of box eight and will take a power of beat­ing in race three, es­pe­cially af­ter an im­pres­sive win last week.

Win­nel­lie Cup win­ner Out There Jerry for An­drew Lasker should take hold­ing out again in race four.

Crafty trainer Si­mon Nathanael would be hope­ful his charge Jet­mag Sally can bring her best form in race six.

Out­law Clyde (Hosk­ing) and Call Me Bella (Rus­sell Sav­ige) are ca­pa­ble of go­ing well in race seven.

The Carol Pickard-trained Hawke’s Spe­cial raced well for a sec­ond last start and a repeat per­for­mance has him in the fin­ish in race eight.

Sum­mer Sprite has drawn ide­ally with box one for Greg Milne and should be suited in race nine.

Vansleve would have been happy with Spyro Ig­ni­tus’ sec­ond last week and a sim­i­lar ef­fort would make him the one to beat in race 10.

Sav­ige has a strong say in race 11, with Allen Ichiro, Fire­bomb and Cap­tain Cranky en­gaged.

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