HAVANA HEAT (R2 No. 3) scored a resounding win in town last start and can go back to back at Gawler tomorrow over the slightly longer journey. She never game them a look-in at Morphettville despite jumping quickly up to mile, running away to score by nearly four lengths. She handled the soft track without a problem and should get similar conditions tomorrow with good rain about. She wasn’t disgraced at Group level at her first two campaigns and should breeze through the lower grades on the way to something bigger. Follow up in the next with GOOD IDEA (R3 No. 1) who is straight to 1522m when he resumes in the Bm60 for Phillip Stokes team. His two fresh runs over shorter trips have been very good, and he came into his own last prep when pushed out to the middle distances. At his run prior to the break he bolted in over 2000m on a wet track, and with a couple of trial hitouts under his belt leading into this he will take some beating. BIANCAPTAIN (R6 No. 2) won like a good thing on debut here despite the cricket score odds about him and can repeat dose tomorrow over the same trip. He never looked like losing, breaking 34secs for his last 600m and coming home in a slick 22.6secs and looks a big hope again.