Is lightly raced with an already imposing record, handles all conditions and is the runner here with upside. Hit the line hard first up, the extra distance is in his favour and is well down in the weights after the claim.
Race 8, No. 6 SACCHARO
Was having his first run for a month when he worked hard here last time and didn't really wilt. Will be fitter, is drawn to get a softer passage this time and has been competitive behind some handy types.
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ROYAL RANDWICK - David Taggart
Race 7, No. 5 MONSIEUR SISU
Just missed last start with that race form stacking up through Kolding in similar conditions last start. That was the first time he failed to salute on the heavy as he was 3 from 3 on it until then. Draws to get a lovely run through them again and will be hard to beat.
Race 5, No. 6 PELETHRONIUS
On the weeks back up and hits this race third up getting his favorite track conditions as he has won 4 from 5 on the heavy. Not an overly strong 78 and looks way over the odds at $10 considering he grows another leg in the wet.
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MORPHETTVILLE - Alex Marsh
Race 5, No. 3 GENERAL SHORT
Draws for the favors in the run here third up and is well placed to win again on an otherwise even card. Tough effort to score last start when carrying weight against some progressive types and Cosmic Alert aside who's form is over more ground, this doesn't appear to be any harder.
Race 6, No. 7 VICKI'S BOY
Speculative given his fresh form but amongst a heap of chances, he's capable of running a race at around 20/1 with the 3kg claim and does have a fair record at this track/trip. The Ken Sweeney stable can get them home at a price and I wouldn't be shocked if this gave cheek.
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EAGLE FARM - Rick Morris
Race 1, No. 14 NOVEMBER MAN
Is developing into a good sprinter and for a horse who likes to race back in the field this Sydneysider has been very consistent this prep. Was rearward and wide before sustaining a long run and finishing a close second at the Kensington track. With Blake Shinn on board and the big Eagle Farm track this looks right up his alley. Can get the money early for us.
Race 7, No. 5 PRINCESS POSH
Finished just in front of Trekking in the G1 Kingsford Smith prior to his Stradbroke win where she was a controversial scratching at the barrier. I'm sticking with her in the Tatts Tiara and expect her to go back again from the wide gate. She will be finishing on strong and represent great value at $18.
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BELMONT - Andrew Oldmeadow
Race 5, No. 2 FRIAR FOX
Excellent first up back in WA, where she really closed off her race nicely. Fitter for the first up run, draws barrier 2 and gets in well with the claim from McNaught. At around $4.20 she is great value in this grade.
Race 3, No. 1 FATHER KNICK
This 4yo son of Blackfriars has come up a massive price first up today. Has a great first up record (4:1.1.1) and loves the track and distance (3:2.0.0), with the claim from McNaught he'll only have to carry 58kg's and at $21 will give us a great run for our money.
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