DOGS TO FOLLOW
Forbes trainer Ray Smith has a hot team in work but none more promising than this speedster, who won her third in four starts over 450m at Bathurst on Monday. Had previously won over 318m and 400m at Dubbo but got to the line powerfully in fast time at Bathurst so should handle the 520 metres.
Was having her second run from a spell when she made the pace before finishing third to Rostered On and Rhythm Section over 535m at Richmond on Tuesday. Won at Wentworth Park in 29.97 last May and looks capable of winning her fifth race at headquarters this preparation. Needs a wide draw.
Broke through for a sizzling 30.57 win over 535m at Richmond on Tuesday. Was third away but led from the first turn for an easy victory. Was having only his third race but his time equalled that of most top graders at Londonderry.
Led throughout to win from box one at Wentworth Park on May 9, but box eight brought him undone on Wednesday night. Bungled the jump but after showing good pace to the first turn was skittled when attempting to cross to the rails. Look for him at Wentworth Park from an inside draw.
No world beater but close to winning a weak fifth grade at Wentworth Park. Ran her best race on Wednesday when a distant second to Ritza Millie in 29.92 at Wenty.