El Grand Parking ran into interference early last time out, but she is drawn ideally to atone at Gosford tonight. The one-year-old jogged in to win by more than three lengths at Bulli two starts back and a repeat of that effort would see him extremely difficult to beat again. He’s rock-hard fit and ready to go again.
One For Tod has been absolutely airborne this time and looks the one to beat in the fourth at Gosford again tonight. The daughter of Dyna Double One recorded six-consecutive victories through March and the beginning of this month and made up plenty of ground late to finish second behind Blusta Valley last time out. He only needs to step well to win, in this company.
Key Nismo faces a step up in class at Gosford tonight, but was an impressive last-start winner and looms as a live chance at an each-way price ($14 at publish). The three-year-old son of Keybow has continued to improve with racing recently and mustered an eye-catching turn of foot to score at the track and distance last start. An inside draw looks to suit and he can fight out the finish