Snitty Kitty boasts an impressive record of six wins from 11 starts and The Wolf is confident that she will be recording her seventh win here.
She finished off her most recent campaign with a win in the Group 2 Caulfield Sprint, where she beat home Super Too and Faatinah; the latter of which has since emigrated to Dubai where he recorded a dominant win at Meydan.
The form around her is strong and being first up poses no threat, as she has won 2/3 first up previously throughout her career.
She’ll take beating here.
Recommended Bet: Snitty Kitty to WIN.
Last week recorded his first win of 2018 last start at Flemington and The Wolf is expecting the same again from him here.
He won well over 2500m that day and off that run looks to be one of Darren Weir’s brightest up and coming Stayers.
He’s drawn well and with 54kg on his back he looks the clear one to beat.
Recommended Bet: Last Week to WIN.
Kopi Luwak set himself a task last start from the rear of the field and had that race been over 1500m like this, he arguably would have won.
He gets the distance he appears to need and if Tye Angland can settle him worse than midfield with cover he should get every chance to make up ground on the leaders.
He was the subject of a very good betting move last start, signalling to The Wolf that he has a fair few admirers.
He’ll live up to expectations in this and The Wolf suspects there are bigger and better things in store for him.
Recommended Bet: Kopi Luwak to WIN.
Bedford destroyed his rivals by six lengths last start and The Wolf is expecting a similar performance from him here.
He was outstanding last start and gave every indication that a rise in distance or step in class would be no problem; the latter of which he gets here.
He’s drawn well and with only 54kg on his back he is very well weighted for a horse that won as well as he did last start.
Expect Damian Lane to settle him midfield with cover before peeling out in the straight to let down.
Recommended Bet: Bedford to WIN.