DOVES CRY (R4 No. 3)
showed promise at her first couple of campaigns and will take beating when she resumes at Kyneton tomorrow. She showed up first prep, winning on debut at Ballarat before a top effort behind the handy Twitchy Frank. returned to racing in February scoring again on fresh legs, this time in a Bm64 for girls under a big weight. She faces a modest contingent tomorrow and will go close. BRYAN (R9 No. 2)
struck in incredible patch of form earlier this campaign and there is every reason to think he is still on a roll when he takes on a Bm84 at the end of the day. He won three in a row at the end of winter and won them in very impressive fashion, giving away big starts and hitting the line strongly. He lost no admirers two runs back when a close-up third to top sprinters Spending To Win and Eduardo, then didn’t have things go his own way last time on heavy-9 at Randwick. He beat better fields than this earlier on and onto a better quality surface he can bounce back. SNITZEPEG (R8 No. 6)
has been in the wars this prep running into all sorts of bother running, but with a wide draw in the Cup he gets a chance to drop back off the fence with cover and at least stay out of trouble. He ran a great race in the Moe Cup last start beating all but the well performed stayer Sixties Groove, and in a wide open event tomorrow he should face the starter at good odds.