Plunge horse who won with plenty up his sleeve last start over this course and distance.
He was very well backed off a few solid trials last start and showed his talent with a dominant one length win.
He’s drawn very well here in barrier 2 and from there, expect Damien Oliver to take him straight to the lead.
He’ll make his own luck out in front and The Wolf is confident he’ll remain unbeaten.
Recommended Bet: Price Pump from $3.10 – $3.50.
Double Down: Want him in the lead.
Wassergeist finished off well last start and if he had settled closer, could have won.
He was left with a lot to do late last start and proved to be a bridge too far.
The horse he finished behind has run against Group 1 company before, suspecting they clearly have an opinion of the winner.
He showed that day he had talent and it appears to be only a matter of time before he breaks his maiden status and against a field of this calibre, it looks very likely to happen today.
Double Down: Want him settled midfield.
This horse is ready to peak third up and meets a relatively weak field to do so against.
His get back racing pattern has cost him dearly in the past, but he finished off well enough last start to suggest his fitness has reached it’s peak.
Expect Josh Parr to take him straight to the rear of the field here and round them up late.
Double Down: Want him settled at the rear of the field.
Talented galloper from the Snowden Yard; who beat home subsequent stakes placed horse; Echo Effect at Rosehill last prep.
He’s had the one run this prep which appeared to be a pipe opener and having never missed the placings when second up, he should be ready to fire.
Kerrin Mcevoy takes the reins here fresh off his five timer at Randwick and if he runs up to his best, he’ll take beating.
Double Down: Want him settled on the speed.
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