Kinky Boom is a horse with a fair amount of talent and will prove tough to beat first-up today. The daughter of Spirit Of Boom flew home to win the Inglis Premier (1200m) with complete ease on debut in February, but found the Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes (1200m) just a little too sharp second-up and finished eleventh. She looks to have a class edge over her rivals today and will be hard to beat, even with a race-high 58kgs in tow.
Tagreeda will take plenty of benefit into her second campaign start at Sandown today and is primed for a big performance. A strong and consistent performer through her short but impressive racing career to date, the daughter of Fastnet Rock ended her most-recent campaign a credible fifth at Group 2 level and blew off the cobwebs at Listed level three weeks ago. She is subsequently stepping back from Saturday grade into this field and has the speed and ability to overcome an unfavourable barrier. She is yet to taste anything but success second-up and is further buoyed by the booking of Michael Dee for the ride.
Jennifer Lynn will have her second start for John McArdle at Sandown this afternoon and she is primed to win. Formerly saddled by Darren Weir, the High Chaparral mare is a black type winner at this trip and has generally raced against far tougher fields than she finds herself amongst today. She ran on well from the tail of the field to finish fifth in a Caulfield Saturday race last time out and will be very hard to hold out.
Sense Of Power will carry winning form into Race 8 at Belmont this afternoon and looks the winner with William Pike confirmed to take the ride. The Discorsi mare trialled fairly leading into her current campaign but clearly needed the run when she weakened late to finish eighth over 1400m in June. She responded with a dominant two-length win over 1300m here last time out and will take a power of beating from barrier 3.