Beers On Brody has mixed his form a little this time, but he is capable of a high-quality performance under the right conditions and I think he’ll get those at Healesville this afternoon. The son of Sh Avatar recorded a lovely win over 350m here three back and has since contested two tougher races, which included a particularly luckless effort here last week. The drop back to 300m should suit and he can stay away from trouble from Box 1.
Aston Clurey will take winning form into the fourth at Healesville this morning and looks up to making it two in a row. The son of Aston Bolero stamped himself as one to watch when he returned an impressive debut performance and win here at Healesville, and he has continued to improve with each start and has the bar has been raised; culminating in a dominant win at Nowra last time out.
Bags On Shazza has gone to another level recently and looks tough to beat in the ninth at Healesville this afternoon. The daughter of My Bro Fabio hasn’t finished out of the places at her last six starts, winning of three occasions including one in particularly slick time at this track and distance last week. I can’t find a reason why she won’t be able to replicate that performance today.
Queen Supreme doesn’t know how to run a bad race and looms as the one to beat in the sixth at Albion Park tonight. The daughter of Magic Sprite has truly found top gear recently; smashing the clock in three of her last five races and she need only step well from the central box to be in the finish again.