The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - RACING - — SHAYNE O’CASS


Imapoet is a Todd Howlett-trained mare who recorded her best run of five starts when a dis­tant third at Scone over 1200m be­hind a handy horse. Fin­ished off like the 1300m will be ideal. Hard to beat. Our Eppy was 0.2 lengths be­hind Imapoet at Scone. Pro­gres­sive type. Con­tract placed at only run this track and dis­tance.

Bet: Imapoet win, ex­acta 5 to beat 7.


Can’t Beat Me hasn’t been far away in four runs. no­tably his 0.5-length third on de­but at t New­cas­tle back in May. Open to im­prove­ment on a cred­itable first-up fifth at Dubbo. Shamus Star is an­other ther from the Todd Howlett (right) ht) team. He ran a big race at Ta­ree two starts back. back Wild­card could sprint well fresh.

Bet: Can’t Beat Me win, quinella 1,8.


War­rah Flash was beaten lengths in his first trial against open-class horses then had blink­ers ap­plied and went like a bomb win­ning his most re­cent trial at Muswell­brook by four lengths. Hard to catch over 950m. Miss Dubleo Seven has placed at three of her six starts. Vescio has tri­alled well for new sta­ble.

Bet: War­rah Flash win.


Miss Pow­der Keg is a new ad­di­tion to the pro­lific Cody Mor­gan sta­ble hav­ing come down from Queens­land with a solid record of one win and five thirds from nine starts. Su­per trial win 18 days ago. Nitro Star was strong­est over last 150m when he won a 910m scam­per at Welling­ton first-up. Magic Town has pass­able form in bet­ter races.

Bet: Miss Pow­der Keg, ex­acta 10 to beat 3.


Mas­ter Cram­sie is a Lonhro geld­ing trained on the Moree track by Peter Sin­clair and has won half of his 10 starts with four plac­ings. On top of that, Mas­ter Cram­sie has won (twice) and placed (twice) in four runs here. He is two wins from three starts at 1400m. Re­gal Clas­sic is lengths bet­ter than his High­way run. Derby Star is a ma­jor player.

Bet: Mas­ter Cram­sie win, box tri­fecta 1,2,5.


Stam­pede War­rior has won past three starts over 1200m then 1280m and 1400m. That’s from only six out­ings so clearly he is pro­gres­sive. The only thing he hasn’t done yet is proven him­self at the mile. No rea­son why he can’t do that to­day. Mys­ti­cism is a track spe­cial­ist who has won four races from 11 starts here. Track Flash can fig­ure. Bet: Stam­pede War­rior win, ex­acta 1 to beat 2, quinella 1,2, Daily Dou­ble (1st leg) 2 (2nd leg) 4.


Yu Long Sheng Hui is a six-year-old who has ob­vi­ously had is­sues lead­ing to a break of more than 71 weeks. Has had three runs since the lay-off for Stephen Jones and each one has been lit­tle bit bet­ter than pre­vi­ous one. I Am Dy­namic is two starts/two wins at this track/dis­tance as of Septem­ber 1. Ay­ham was a 1.1-length fourth to I Am Dy­namic that day. Bet: Yu Long Sheng Hui each way, quinella 1,2, box tri­fecta 1,2,3,4,7.


The Mont is first-up and while his fresh record is noth­ing to cel­e­brate he looks in great nick with two tri­als, lat­est a sec­ond in Muswell­brook heat. Mar­ket the guide. Snipex Abaa was close up in the Town Plate here on Septem­ber 1. Go well. Bulls­eye Score and Fuss­d­i­nado are in the mix.

Bet: The Mont win.

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