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Bradley Davidson Randwick Preview March 9

 Mar 7 2019

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Best each-way play of the weekend

Newcastle (Friday)

Race 8 no.7 Alternative Facts $5.50 and $2.10


Best each-way

Race 8 no.3 All Too Soon $5 and $2 (making Nettoyer a winner at $11 in same race)

Best value

Race 9 no.9 Emperor’s Way $12 and $3.90 (No rain please! Also in Canberra Cup Sunday)

Betting strategy

Newcastle (Friday)-

Race 8 no.8 Alternative Facts 18 units win at $5.50 and 17 units place at $2.10 (rated $4)

Randwick (Saturday)

*Race 1 no.1 Spright 10 unit win fixed

*Race 2 no.6 Baller 10 unit win fixed

*Race 2 no.12 Prophet’s Thumb 5 unit each-way fixed

*Race 4 no.8 Spring Loaded 2 unit win fixed

Race 8 no.3 All Too Soon 10 unit win at $5 and 10 unit place at $2 (rated $4)

Race 8 no.2 Nettoyer 3 unit win at $11 (rated $9)

Race 9 no.9 Emperor’s Way 10 unit win at $12 and 10 unit place at $3.90 (rated $8)

Results for betting strategies for 2019 racing season (since Aug 1) so far: 649 units profit (14%POT, 4560 unit outlay).

*These prices will be taken from TAB fixed odds at midday Friday.

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Weather: Possible shower race day but expecting a good track.

Rail: true-

History of Randwick with rail true

25/02/2017       Rand     TRUE     S6          On pace and on fence def adv                                             

1/04/2017         Rand     TRUE     h8         Rail in run DYNAMITE (B4 TURN) fence/pace straight                        

27/05/2017       Rand     TRUE     s6          Perfect track                                              

5/08/2017         Rand     TRUE     S6          Could run on OK but 2 horse width off + further best groun                                                   

6/01/2017         Rand     TRUE     G4         Swoopers advantage 3-4 wide Hard to lead and win or be on pace near fence                                                  

17/02/2018       Rand     TRUE     G4         Fair track early- wider the better later on                                                     

7/04/2019         Rand     TRUE     G3         Hard to make ground a lot of day but no real pattern in terms of lanes                                         

26/05/2018       Rand     TRUE     G4         3 wide off and beyond best ground                                               

15/09/2018       Rand     True      G4         Pretty fair track                                         

13/10/2018       Rand     True      H9         Adv to be on pace here most of the day. Lanes were fine- best groudn outside fence but only a few horses went there late                                                

15/12/2018       Rand     True      S6-7      Fence not the place to be- 2-5 lanes and then wider later                                                  

26/01/2019       Rand     True      G3         Pretty fair track- some races felt like fence not best but three winners day on fence. No dis to be on speed prob touch on pace but could still run on                                                     

Assessment: Seems to be a bit of a mixed bag in terms of bias in this position. It’s been pretty fair of late in this position.

Wind: Moderate NNE predicted- Head win home straight, tail wind back straight.


Race 1

Overview: This looks a nice race for Spright who put in an outstanding run in the Oakleigh Plate. She clocked the quickest last 600m, 400m and 200m splits of the day there and the extra trip looks ideal. The only concern is she will be back a bit in the run here. Winter Bride won a recent Gold Coast trial and her first-up win in Melbourne last prep was super when she had to go right back from the gate. She maps well here. Sweet Scandal missed the start last start and with a clean getaway she could lead these and prove hard to catch with no weight on her back. La Bella Diosa can often pull out a big run first-up and looks next best.

Advice: Spright to win.

Selections: 1-3-6-4

1.Spright ($3.30) Outstanding run in Oakleigh Plate (race rated very well)- she clocked QL600,400 and 200 splits of day. Extra trip looks ideal. Went to a new level last prep with sensational runs at G1 level in Moir and Manikato. Only knock is gets back and gives weight to horses with on speed favours.

3.Winter Bride ($5)- Won a recent GC trial (bit keen in run there). Won first-up and second-up in Melbourne last prep and first-up had to go right back from gate. Just parks behind speed here and runs well. Has a great record. Won 8/17.

6.Sweet Scandal ($6)- Missed start LS but found the line well. Should lead here with a clean getaway and has just 53kg on her back.  Running them ragged prior in mixed form races and OK time.

4.La Bella Diosa ($14)- Interesting runner-Would have liked to have seen more in trial(no blinkers in trial but on race day)? Won 3 from 6 fresh including a Surround on a heavy track at Randwick. Win fup over 1100m in August last prep was enormous. Quickest late splits of the day and easily quickest of 4 x 1100m races on day (form out of race was poor though).

Other runners:

2.Sedanzer ($13)- Latest trial was good where she hit the line strongly. Good in the Chelmsford first-up last prep at a mile where covered ground and wasn’t far away. Just 1200m the knock? Looks too short?

5.Resin ($11)- Three trials solid. Good prep last time in but I reckon she wants a wet track to show her best here. No luck in one race in Melbourne (Begonia Belle) and then just OK before a break at 1400m where it was probably too far for her. 3/3 distance.

7.Star Reflection ($21)- Disappointing LS and won well prior although there has been 8 subs starters out of that race for 0 placings (in 30 days after that race) so that’s a concern. Did win t/d few back but set up for her. She wants a wet track.

8.Manaya- Tempo was against first-up and got home well. This looks harder all the same.

9.In Good Time ($64)- Probably too wet for her LS but just not going well enough for mine.

10.Za Zi Ba ($64)- Two trials have been solid but poorly weighted here and looks up against it.


Race 2

Overview: I’m banking on the Spark Of Life form being the pick here and the figures out of that race were too good to ignore. I want to stick with Baller and I think a firmer track will sway things in his favour. He gets in well at the weights again and the bigger track should suit. Prophet’s Thumb was really good late in inferior ground in that same race and she has now proven she is up to this level. She is overs at $14. Sandbar should appreciate getting back onto a firmer surface and he does have form around The Autumn Sun last prep. Trope can run on from the back.

Advice: Baller from Prophet's Thumb. Could back them both to win or quinella, exotics etc.

Selections: 6-12-2-9

6.Baller ($4)- Nice horse. Good win fresh and time was there (Q 4 x 1100m races on day). Stays at 1100m but trained as a sprinter this time in. Drier track suits and gets in well enough again.

12.Prophet’s Thumb ($11)- Measured right up LS when best late splits of race on a day where it was hard to make ground and on a day where fence (where she was) wasn’t best ground. Speed again here. Gets back but talented. Can get fizzy in the yard though. Cardiac arrythmia two back so forgive.

2.Sandbar ($6)- Blinkers off, visor first time. Just OK fresh in a weak form race and avg figures too. Beaten 1.5L behind The Autumn Sun in Golden Rose last prep. Drier track would help.

9.Trope ($11)- Really liked his debut win (2nd QL400 of day) because although he had three trials he was still carrying plenty of condition. His trial since was super when he trialled much, much better than legend Of Condor. Draw makes it tricky but he can measure up with luck (does he go back?).

Other runners:

1.Santos ($12)- Blinkers off. 2 trials- first one just fair (against good opposition), second one trialled well alongside G1 winner Prompt Response. Had no luck first-up last prep and then outclassed Golden Rose. Maps well.

3.Ragged Rascal ($89)- Just fair fresh and prefer over furthernow.

4.Jonker ($33)- Two trials- one off speed (no blinkers) and then latest blinkers on straight to front and kept on going to win in good time. Hasn’t run on a good track since 2yo days and clearly would appreciate that. 4th San Domenico first-up last prep. Betting?

5.Legend Of Condor ($45)- Pushed out to finish third in a recent trial. I doubt he is good enough to beat a few of these.

7.Roosevelt ($27)- Just fair first-up when beaten 5L behind Baller. Needs to find.

8.God Of Thunder ($27)- Fair enough win fresh but this is a whole new level and he does a bit wrong. Looking elsewhere and I wonder whether he has been overhyped?

10.Humma Humma ($9)- Good win fresh but set up for her and form out of the race average. Got back, held up a touch and then got home in a race run in a very slick last 600m. She can park just off the speed here and I can’t say no. Finished second only trial heavy if rain comes.

11.Spiritual Pursuit ($11)-Nice filly up on speed. Makes her own luck. Just caught by Baller latest. Looks to be a bit more company up front here and does she get her preferred wet track again?


Race 3

Overview: I like Tenley as a horse and I think she is a sleeper for the Golden Slipper. She clocked the 2nd quickest last 200m split of the day first-up (off a slow tempo though) and the step up to 1200m looks to really suit. Exhilarates will have her admirers but I have to be against her and I have a query on the Magic Millions form. The time was poor and her recent trial was just fair. The first starter, Wayupinthesky is an interesting runner. It was hard not to be impressed by her two trials. She showed a nice turn of foot at the latest trial and it was the quickest heat of the morning as well. Vincere Volare must also be respected and she is two from two in Queensland but hasn’t beaten much.

Advice- Tenley on top but I could speck the first starter Wayupinthesky if she is firm in the market. Having said all this, Anaheed comes right into play if the rain comes and it’s a soft 7 or worse.

Selections: 4-10-1-2

4.Tenley ($3.70)- 2nd ql200 of the day first up off soft speed (best ground though). Doubt it was a strong race but she could measure up here. Good win and 1200m looks ideal. Jusg drifts back.

10.Wayupinthesky ($8)- Nice filly second in first trial to Starla who was under more pressure (finished second to promising Villami since). Second trial loved the turn of foot she showed late to win trial in good time. Q of 11 900m heats on morning.

1.Exhilirates ($3.70)- Good filly but has she been overrated? We will find out this weekend but I’m surprised she is second pick for the Golden Slipper at this stage. The Magic Millions form this year looks a query. The overall time was slower than the Magic Millions Maiden and Country Cup on the same day and the last 600m for the race was very slow. Her sectionals prior to that were OK without getting carried away with and her recent trial was solid.

2.Anaheed ($6)-Not far away Blue Diamond lead up and then good win Sweet Embrace although 3L slower than boys race and all L600. Any rain would help her! She loves rain.

Other runners:

3.Vincere Volare ($12)- 2/2 in Qld. Speedy on pace (bit keen LS?). 2nd and 3rd LS well

5.Belitsa ($24)- Nice win second-up on day where it was an advantage to be on pace. 2nd to All Cylinders on debut and that horse well held by Tenley.

6.Ready’s Girl ($73)- Trials solid. Would need to improve on last prep.

7.Bright Rubick ($48)- Chased home a potential good one at Canberra first-up. Concern is she has missed the start and only race start and trials prior.

8.Classic Gown ($145)- Wide first-up but hard to have.

9.Get Hitched ($29)- Jumped well, sat behind them and finished well under not a lot of pressure only trial this time in. Betting?


Race 4

Overview: Spring Loaded could be worth a very small speck here at the big odds and I thought his debut run was that of a horse looking for 1200m. He has been kept fresh and has trialled well since. Time To Reign is the clear horse to beat and he is extremely hard to beat if the rain arrives. If it doesn’t, he is still top pick but I wouldn’t be as confident as his dominant wins have been on wet ground. His last start win was very, very good though (ran time and was wide without cover when they went quick early). Yes Yes Yes, Bellevue Hill and Strasbourg also have claims and Yes Yes Yes trialled better than Dubious (who I’m against in this race) coming into this. Strasbourg races like a strong 1200m will suit him and Bellevue Hill bolted in at Canberra on debut in good time (but could go to Canberra for the Black Opal on Sunday perhaps?).

Advice: Time To Reign the horse to beat and becomes even harder to beat if the rain arrives. Spring Loaded could be worth a small speck at $17+.

Selections: 2-8-4-9-3

2.Time To Reign ($3.40- shorter if wet!)- Outstanding win in strong time LS when wide throughout. Clearly loves wet tracks but he only has to reproduce something close to LS to be very hard to beat again. Rain comes and he is very hard to beat.

8.Spring Loaded ($14)- Made good ground late fup to suggest 1200m is what he is looking for. Freshen with a soft trial in between. No match for Time To Reign in trial before first start but that was 800m.

4.Yes Yes Yes ($5)- Hard to knock. Already a winner at 1200m in solid time and he is a winner. Trialled better than Dubious heading into this as well. Horse he beat at Moonee Valley has finished 2 1/4 L away Blue Diamond lead up since. Tricky draw.

9. Bellevue Hill ($7.50)- Big win on debut in smart time. Do they go to Canberra instead?

3.Strasbourg ($14)- Blinkers 1st time- Looked to be screaming out for 1200m off two starts to date. Two trials solid heading in. Would have liked a run under his belt but you can’t doubt the Snowdens (very astute stable). No surprise to see him measure up but this is a step up all the same.

Other runners:

1.Dubious ($10)- Thought his trial was just fair and I have to risk that MM form as it was slower than MM Maiden and slower than MM Country Cup overall despite being run about 3L quicker to 600m.

5.Bivouac ($25)- Did beat Time To Reign last start but I think he will run at Canberra where he has a better gate?

6.McLaren ($14)- Good win on debut and then chased a very hot speed where he knocked up. Forgiving there and a better surface would help. 1200m the ?

7.Rome ($20)- Trialled well with blinkers on- Not far away two runs to date. Is he more a Sires horse?

10.War Baron ($123)- blinkers 1st time. Won a recent trial but time was slow and would need to improve many lengths from last prep.

11.Gin Runner- Trial was OK but faces a big task here.


Race 5

Overview: It’s impossible to knock Redzel and he is just a ripper. In his last three fresh runs at 1000m, he has won two Concorde Stakes and finished a narrow second to Redkirk Warrior in a Lightning. He also won this race last year. Estijaab has trialled well since her first-up second to Fiesta and she was always going to be a gallop short there after a mishap in a trial leading up to that race where the jockey was dislodged as they jumped. Ball Of Muscle went to a new level last prep and is the other main chance.

Advice: Hard to go past Redzel but I’m not sure there is value in his price.


1.Redzel ($1.80)- He is just a ripper. Last three fresh runs at 1000m won 2 x Concordes and narrow 2nd to Redkirk Warrior in a Lightning at the other one.  He also won this race last year. 1st trial no blinkers was fine and blinkers went on second trial and he bolted in. Impossible to knock him! Last two years he has beaten Ball Of Muscle both clashes, beaten Jungle Edge 3/3 clashes and beat home Kaepernick latest.

7.Estijaab ($4.50)- Nice tickover trial since gutsy second to Fiesta where she was a run short. Big jump here and she still has to rubber stamp she can do it as a 3yo. Classy all the same.

2.Ball Of Muscle ($8.50)- Two nice trials (bit keen latest trial) and he just went to a new level last prep.

5.Viridine ($18) 4th to Redzel in this race last year. Gelded. Two trials have been solid. No match for Redzel in latest trial but not extended. Yet to prove he can win at this level.

Other runners:

3.Jungle Of Edge ($55)- Honest as they come but needs it pretty wet at this level.

4.Kaepernick ($36)- Honest sprinter but this has more depth than his last two starts. Did run second to Redzel this t/d last Sep but he was first-up there. I probably prefer him fresh (21 days between runs here maybe not fresh enough). Better on dry.



Race 6

Overview: I’ve been taken by the way Trapeze Artist has been trialling and I know he has a horrible second-up record but he has had two trials since the first-up run and comes here 35 days between runs. The key to him is a good track and his two trials since the first-up defeat (on an unsuitable wet track) were both very good. Pierata is a very good horse and he looks the danger. He was slow out and no match for Trapeze Artist in a recent trial but his win in the Sydney Stakes last spring was breathtaking. Any rain about would swing things in his favour and his fresh record is solid. Shoals started favourite in the Everest and I know she missed the Oakleigh Plate (blood wasn’t quite right) but she has jumped out well since and loves Randwick. Kementari was shuffled back in the CF Orr first-up and the last time the blinkers went on he finished a luckless third in the Manikato.

Advice: Trapeze Artist on top on a dry track. Pierata on top if wet. Again, no real edge in the prices for me at this stage as I’m respecting Shoals as a great chance too.

Selections: 1-2-5-3

1.Trapeze Artist ($3.20)- Disappointing first-up but he is not a first-up horse and is not a real wet tracker for mine (esp first-up). He has been kept fresh for this, he has trialled up very well twice since and just needs a dry track to go close. 2nd up record is poor but he is 35 days between runs and two trials in between?

2.Pierata ($4.20)- Slow out in a recent trial where no match for Trapeze Artist there. Definitely trialled better in the past? Won the Sydney Stakes 1200m here in dominant style then 3rd in VRC Classic. Won the Missile fup last prep.

5.Shoals ($7)- Missed the Oakleigh Plate after blood picture wasn’t quite right. Has a great record at this track and she did start fav in an Everest. 1300m first-up? Won the 3 from 5 first-up. Balnarring jump out on Feb 27 was good beating Santa Ana Lane. I’m told she had one two weeks earlier as well.

3.Kementari ($6)- He was OK fresh in CF Orr. Shuffled back and finished off well. Blinkers go on again and he has trialled well with them since that run. Last time blinkers on ran third in the Manikato when having to go right back from gate (speed was on so was entitled to run on though).

Other runners:

4.Fell Swoop ($50)- Does like Rwick. Placed in two TJs here at 1200m. Beaten 2 ½ L Doomben 10,000 (when 1350m in 2016) at only run beyond 1200m. Would need it wet and distance a ?

6.Prompt Response ($29)- Formerly with Waterhouse/Bott now with Waller. Two soft trials. Won the Tatt’s Tiara last winter and most of her fresh form is sound. This looks a task though with some good ones in here.

7.Cool Passion ($65)- Hard to recommend at this level.

8.Brutal ($12)- WNC first-up against the older horses but he was OK last 600m without raving about. Form out of race as a general rule just average and figures weren’t great. Ran time last prep but want to see him do it against the older horses first.


Race 7

Overview: It’s hard to go past The Autumn Sun but it’s no easy feat with Nakeeta Jane now in the field. He is just a beauty though and if you look at his record, he should actually be unbeaten. The mile suits, Randwick suits, set weights suits and you just can’t knock him. Nakeeta Jane is flying and she overcame a slow tempo to win at 1400m. The mile should suit even more. Fundamentalist wasn’t in the best ground last start and should also run well from the front along with Vegadaze.

Advice: The Autumn Sun looks hard to beat. Does he drift to become a betting proposition?

Selections: 1-7-8-3

1.The Autumn Sun ($1.65)- Should be unbeaten in seven starts. Mile suits, Randwick suits, set weights suits. Impossible to knock.

7.Nakeeta Jane ($7.50)- Classy filly. 2/2 this prep and came so far first campaign. Mile suits, back up suits. Just whether she can beat TAS. Place at $1.70 looks fair enough.

8.Fundamentalist ($16)- Got a soft lead LS at 1400m but I don’t think she was on the best ground in the straight. 3RD in an Empire Rose at a mile last prep. Can run a cheeky race again.

3.Vegadaze ($17)- Soft lead but gave The Autumn Sun a fright last start. Should get on pace favours again but a mile the ?

Other runners:

2.Madison County ($34)- Won a G1 over a mile two back in NZ but the form out of that race has been average. Covered ground in $1 million sales race latest but couldn’t beat Long Lead there.

4.Aramayo ($68)- Race run to suit him running on LS. Doubt he has the zip to match some of these at a mile. Derby hope though.

5.Diplomatico ($27)- Comes out of a good rating race fresh. The form out of the race hasn’t stood up as yet (3 subs starters for 0 placings) but he has upside. Tickover trial in between. First crack at a mile.

6.Purple Sector ($50)- OK first up in a weak rating race and then fair second-up. Looks on a Derby path. Will appreciate big track at least.

9.Miss Fabulass ($29)- Run was better than it looked LS but she is still doing too mich wrong for mine and overracing etc.


Race 8

Overview: This looks a nice race for All Too Soon and I’m surprised she is not favourite in early markets. She chased home Seaway fresh, has a strong second-up record, gets in well at the weights and maps perfectly. Nettoyer is the blow out here, especially if we get some rain. She was good in inferior ground first-up at Warwick Farm and again hit the line well over 1400m second-up in a stronger race than this. I’ll be making her a winner in the race as well. Luskintyre Lass and Oceanex both have claims but seem well foubd, while I might throw Royal Stamp in my quaddie at silly odds (providing the track is dry) and she is going better than it looks on paper. This is a huge step up all the same.

Advice: All Too Soon each-way main bet. Small win bet on Nettoyer to make her a winner as well.

Selections: 3-2-8-7-11

3.All Too Soon ($4)- Solid second behind Seaway first-up and she is a likeable horse because she will park just behind the speed and she has won second-up the last two preps.

2.Nettoyer ($9)- Strong effort in inferior ground first-up WF and then hit the line well late second-up. Both over unsuitable trips and gets up to 1600m now. Would love a drop of rain but either way can run a cheeky race here.

8.Oceanex ($8)- Progressive- Came a long way last prep winning three straight. Form out of those wins not great but two trials this time in have been solid. Looks as if she would love a wet track.

7.Luskintyre Lass ($8)- Put it all together this prep. Won her past two in strong style. Now she is 42 days between runs off a tickover trial where ridden along. Form out of last win not great. Up in grade and up in weight.

11.Royal Stamp ($46)- Looked the winner LS but knocked up late. Would prefer 1800m and an easier race. Very poorly treated under the conditions of the race. Having said all that, she is the type of horse that can pull out a run here on a dry track.

Other runners:

1.Luvaluva ($14)- Got going late fresh and it was a nice return. Hasn’t won for a while but did win second-up a few preps back at 1600m. Extra trip helps.

4.Karavali- ($28) Won this race last year with 55.5kg (has 57.5kg now). Has a great record at this track and any rain would help. Just a query on where she is at after average fresh run?

5.Girl Tuesday ($14)- Jury is out after two average runs this prep. Was four from four prior to that. Probably not on best ground last start but just fair all the same.

6.Harmattan ($12)- Month between runs and stuck to her task LS behind Penske- Kept fresh for this again. 4 subs starters out of that race for 0 placings. Won a weak form race prior.

9.Extreme Bliss ($23)- Also 42 days between runs off a tickover trial. Bit disappointing behind LL last start. Gets a 1.5kg swing but I’m not sure that is the form line? Won well prior but the form around her of late has been average and she probably drifts back early.

10.I Like It Easy ($23)- Unusual set up off two trials to resume at a mile when she has never been at this distance before?

12.Eugene’s Pick ($30)- Straight to the front with a COT latest and stuck on well to score. Race time was 1L quicker than Cuba on day. It was a day where it was an advantage to be on speed. Was beaten 2.5L by All Too Soon last prep but meets that horse 8.5kg worse off from that day.


Race 9

Overview: Open race to finish the day. Having said that, I think there is a bet here in Emperor’s Way at $13. He was just left exposed from the 600m mark last start and looked the winner at the 300m before knocking up late. He was a month between runs there and now gets to Randwick where he has a terrific record over this track and distance. He just wants a dry track and he maps well with no weight on his back. Morton’s Fork’s two runs back from a spell have been good and 2000m on a dry track would be a nice set up for him. Big Duke, Shraaoh and Auvray (dry only) all have claims in a tricky way to finish.

Advice: Emperor’s Way the value (providing he races here over the Canberra Cup).

Selections: 9-6-1-8-11

9.Emperor’s Way ($8)- Covered some ground LS and loomed and knocked up. That will harden him for this. Great record at Randwick. I’m convinced he is a better horse on dry ground. Was 4 weeks between runs up in trip LS too.

6.Morton’s Fork ($8)- Two runs back have both been good. 1600m to 1500m second-up and now 2000m. Has won at this trip and a firmer track would help his chances. 4 seconds from 4 starts at Randwick.

1.Big Duke ($8)- Super run first-up although race run to suit and also found his preferred soft track. Now this race probably not run as quickly (at least on paper) and potential of a firmer track.

8.Age Of Fire ($10)- Settled a bit further back than expected. Ran on well on inferior ground LS. Prefer soft.

11.High Bridge ($19)- Disappointing first-up but it was a wet track and his form in Aus is better on top of the ground. Did run 4th in a Metrop in the spring. Can improve but needs to.

Other runners:

2.Jaameh ($17)- OK last start without raving about. Last three wins in Aus at 2500m plus?

3.One Foot In Heaven ($11)- Did enough fresh and he was only beaten 3L by Avilius second up at 2000m last prep. Needs a wet track.

4.Auvray ($22)- Too wet for him first-up. Can improve here but naturally needs to. Doesn’t win out of turn,

5.Casterton ($10)- Stuck on well first-up in inferior ground. Wins have come at 2400m and 2500m so does he want further now? Best form wet ground like LS so wants another wet track.

7.Hiyaam ($20)- Just fair first-up. Group 1 win came over 2000m at Rosehill. Mixed form last prep.

10.Shraaoh ($13)- First-up run was solid (just peaked late). Second-up bigger track suits. Last two wins at 2800? Goes in the quaddie all the same.

12.Domed ($19)- Two runs back have both been good, especially the latest where she found the line well at Canterbury and wins with any tempo in the race.  Gets out to a trip now third up. Still has to prove she is up to the level but she is a good roughie here despite being poorly weighted. Would love some rain.

13. More Energy

14.Plymouth Road ($132)- Waiting for further and easier.

15.Villardo ($132)- Hard to have on first-up run.

16. Curata Princess ($44)- Found to be in season two back and good win latest although this is another level and she is poorly weighted. At least she is proven at Randwick and back to 2000m should be OK.

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