Fabulonh (Race 3, No.8) is a horse worth following this preparation.
This three-year-old colt has taken a while to hit his straps but it all came together at the back-end of last campaign when the blinkers went on. Damien Oliver has stuck with this horse all along and rides again here.
Off his jumpouts and with the inside gate he is a massive show in a very deep midweeker.
Toronto were lucky to avoid the sweep against a poor A’s team and will now visit the Arizona Diamondbacks in a two game interleague series. The Blue Jays were cruising before the break, winners of eight contests from nine starts but struggled coming off the break losing the first two games to Oakland by one run in each. It wasn’t until the ninth inning in game three where a two run double lifted them to a 5-3 game win to avoid the sweep. They send All Star Aaron Sanchez (9-1, 2.97 ERA) to the mound and look to sustain some of that momentum they picked up in game three. He has won eight straight decisions and getting plenty of support from his buddies at the plate.
Arizona will start Zack Godley (2-0, 5.28 ERA) in a bid to improve their home record which is sitting at 17-33 on the year. They did manage to pinch two of three from the visiting Dodgers but Toronto will be different type of opposition. Sanchez has held opponents to just two runs or less in seven of his last outings and expect it to continue in this one.