Spirit World has improved for two career starts so far and is ready to break her maiden at Hawkesbury this afternoon.
The Ocean Park filly ran home respectively to finish fourth on debut at Gosford before producing another good effort to finish second at Newcastle last time out.
Fitter third-up and drawn ideally in barrier 4, I can’t find a reason why she won’t be in the finish again.
Former Anthony Cummings runner Kentucky Wildcat will make her debut for Mitchell Beer this afternoon and is up to winning.
The All American mare didn’t show a lot last time in, but she also stepped out in far tougher races than this one, and does clearly have some ability.
Beer’s stable has been in decent form of late and this horse can return the team another win.
The early scratching of Star Of Success has left Trieste as the horse to beat in the fourth race at Hawkesbury this afternoon.
Trieste returned several pleasing efforts last time in and resumed with this with a credible performance to finish fourth over 1400m at Newcastle.
There’s no doubt that she’ll enjoy good improvement for that run and she is ready to break her maiden.
This is a reasonably open race, but I was impressed by Brazen Gem’s first-up effort at Goulburn and she can continue her rise through the grades.
The three-year-old daughter of Brazen Beau broke her maiden at Orange last time before immediately returning to the paddock and proved far too good for a Class 1 field a couple of weeks ago.
She’s another horse that will only improve into today’s run and with even luck, she’ll be hard to beat.