Chances galore in Epsom Handicap
One of the great ‘mile’ races in the country, the Epsom Handicap of 2021 has any number of chances. But it’s the in-form Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott stable that is likely to step out the favourite. The ultra-consistent Riodini has been placed at his past two starts under WFA conditions, yet drops to a featherweight 51.5kg for the big handicap. But it won’t be an easy task for the five-year-old against an arsenal of five Chris Waller-trained gallopers. And then there’s the classy Mo’unga out of the Annabel Neasham stable.