A winner of 10 of his 17 starts the son of Kaphero chases a hat-trick following another impressive display last start.
Backed as if unbeatable ($1.20) Super Winner duly saluted when making light work of his rivals over 1200m.
Since freshened (49 days), Super Winner has been given the sole trial in the lead up finishing second behind Eclair Choice.
On that occasion he wasn’t knocked around and was allowed to work through his gears nicely to the line.
All appears in good order for his reappearance and while conceding weight to his rivals he still appears very well placed.
In 11 attempts over this trip he has placed in 10 and on best form he looks to set a decent standard for his rivals.
While clearly tractable on the turf the return to the polytrack also helps swing the race firmly in his favour.
In 11 attempts, Super Winner has won nine and placed on both other occasions, he is arguably one of, if not the best polytrack horse in Singapore.
The wide draw appears his biggest hindrance, though Super Winner’s early speed should help negate this.
When assessing Timeform weight adjusted ratings his last start performance leaves him rated clear and he should prove very hard to beat.
Following this event, Korea is Super Winner’s next point of call with the star galloper invited to compete in the inaugural Keeneland Korea Sprint on September 11.
With all going well Super Winner is sure to make his presence felt in his first International Trip as if able to replicate his best form, he is more than capable of winning the event.
The Mark Walker trained Kam's Comet< displayed good improvement last start and appears set to peak racing third up.
Only lightly raced Kam’s Comet has displayed plenty of ability and is clearly a galloper heading the right way.
In three attempts racing third up he is yet to miss the money and has placed in four of six attempts over this trip.
In 12 attempts on the polytrack he has placed in eight and if Super Winner does prove to have any chinks in his armour, expect Kam’s Comet to be right there to take full advantage.
Veteran galloper Huka Falls hasn’t quite fired this time in but can never be discounted as when right he too is more than capable.
A winner of 16 of his 50 starts he has been quite the warrior and often has saved his best form for the polytrack.
From the wide draw he is expected to press forward and is sure to be in this for a long way.
Of the rest the Mark Walker trained My Lucky Strike appears the next in line following a solid performance last start.
A distinct model of consistency, My Lucky Strike is arguably better over 1000m however he still has to be included in the main chances.
Good luck and happy punting.