Euro Angel (Race 2, No.1) should put this field to the sword.
The Wolf fancied her chances first-up and she couldn’t have been more impressive. She’s a spring-class filly going around in the depths of winter.
Out to the mile suits even better and the wet track only enhances her claims further. Will need clear running in the straight from barrier 1 but it’s only a small field and none have the upside of her.
Rises in the weights but can’t see her being rolled.
Heza Swinger’s (Race 1, No.8) last three starts he has got way too far back in the run.
Tonight is likely to be behind the leader and will have every chance on the sprint lane. The Wolf notes his win four starts back was in super fast time at Menangle and he was on the leaders back in that race, he looks the winner of this race
Canterbury and the overare both plays in this one.
The Bulldogs typically dominate the Tigers and in current form should be able to put a number on them, particularly with no James Tedesco on board. Despite wet weather, the over is a bet based on the strong history of points between these two and the Bulldogs being a strong over team at ANZ when heavily favoured.