I LIKE the prospects of the John Sadler trained FREEZE
OVER in Phar Lap Plate over 1100m at Flemington.
Looks to have a brighter future than most of these and I would expect her to go close. On Tuesday morning she worked 800m in 52.07, last 600m split of 37. 51.
Watched TOWER OF BEL trial recently, nothing to get excited about, however, she’s out of a very astute stable, so monitor any market moves for her closely.
Stable doesn’t come to town for nothing. The Mick Price trained BAS
SETT has gone from the sin bin to punter’s pal on his recent string of quality wins. Morphettville bound, where he’ll contest the D.C. McKay Stakes (1100m) at Group 3 level.
Freshened up and ticking over nicely at Caulfield. On Tuesday morning he worked with NINA’S BALLERINA over 1000m in 1.09.34 and 24.69.
You’d expect him to be there at the business end.
RELDAS is also nominated for Flemington. Third-up and going well, he breezed over 600m in 36.53. ANA ROYALE will represent the Stuart Webb / Aquanita team in the Group 1 Schweppes Oaks.
Make no mistake, she’ll be trained to the minute for this feature.
Her trainer has had race mapped out for her many months ago. Recent runs have been excellent and Webb informs me she’s ticking over beautifully.
Likely to start at double figure odds and represent excellent each way value for punters.
I believe the former Robert Sangster Stakes, now the UBET Classic, is SA’s first ever $1 million feature race.
SUPER CASH represents the Andrew Noblet stable. Boasts a handy win over I AM
A STAR few starts back and didn’t disgrace herself behind
REDKIRK WARRIOR in the Newmarket.
Went 600m in 37.0 earlier the week, she’s fresh and jumping out of her skin for this. Each-way. SECRET AGENDA a blitzed her opposition on soft track in the Sapphire Stakes and would appreciate the sting out again.
She went 1000m in 1.06.74 and 24.14 last 400m. High class import NOW OR
LATER worked 1000m in 1.07 and 24.52 last 400m. Big watch!
HERE TO THERE meets a field of out of form performers in the Comedy King Handicap (1400m).
His work during the week was excellent in ordinary conditions, clocked home last 800m in 51.83 and 23.46 400m split.
His record here says no, however this is his best chance to break his hoodoo here. UNDER THE LOUVRE, with a colossal 62kg, resumes in the Sports Handicap (1000m).
No need to spruik his credentials here, other than to say he’s going well and was clocked on Tuesday morning over 800m in 53.98 24.47 last 400m.
Big ask, but class horse who does boast an excellent first up record. NASDEX can feature prominently as well.