Inayforhay was an impressive winner over the jumps here at The ‘Bool last time out and I can’t find a reason why he can’t make it two in a row.
The Rebel Raider gelding did take a couple to strip fitter upon resuming this time, but could hardly have been more impressive on his way to a maiden win over the hurdles last time out and he will only improve for that experience.
It looks as though he’ll have conditions to suit again and he will take beating.
British Isle has returned some pleasing efforts this time and is ready to win at The ‘Bool today.
The Canford Cliffs gelding is probably unlucky not to have already won a race this preparation, having finished a close-up second at Ballarat when resuming, and he was last seen filling the minors on the synthetic.
He looks to be at peak fitness and is certainly up to winning something of this quality.
This looms as a race in two between Kosciusko and Revenire, but I’m happy to be with the former today.
The All Too Hard gelding finished a length from the winner on the Kenso course at Randwick when resuming, finishing down the order second-up but responding with a bold effort to finish second behind Brazen Gem at Hawkesbury last time out.
Fitter third-up, he’s drawn well and can return to winning form.
The early scratching of plenty of leading chances has left this a very winnable race for Covert Miss.
The High Chaparral mare returned Symon Wilde’s stable some terrific results last time in and resumed this time with a competitive effort to finish second at Hamilton.
There is no doubt that she’ll enjoy good improvement for that effort, she can settle a little closer to the speed from an inside draw and gets the services of exciting young jockey Campbell Rawiller.