Bourbon Rose will take good improvement into the fourth at Hawkesbury this afternoon and is ready to break her maiden.
The Not A Single Doubt filly has made three appearances at the races so far and resumed a couple of weeks ago to finish a credible third behind Zero To Hundred in a better race at Warwick Farm.
With the improvement from that effort, she looks over the odds at around the $5 mark.
Nishka has stripped fitter for two starts back from a spell and is ready to win at Hawkesbury this afternoon.
The Ron Quinton-trained filly stamped herself as one to watch during a pleasing debut preparation and resumed this time to finish midfield behind Bound To Win at Warwick Farm.
She has since returned another eye-catching effort to fill the minors in BM64 company at Wyong and she is drawn to receive all the favours today from barrier 1.
Snowfire will have his first go at the NSW way of going this afternoon and looks primed to win.
The Star Witness gelding returned in summer to record a smart win at Yarra Valley before stepping out in a Saturday race at Caulfield, albeit a failed tilt.
I thought that there was a lot to like about the way he worked home to finish fourth at Pakenham when resuming this time, and any improvement from that effort would see him hard to beat.
Snitzinnati hasn’t been seen at the races since March, but she is a horse of ability and can make a winning return in the last at Hawkesbury today.
The Snitzel filly has recorded two wins from only three starts, including a dominant three-length triump here at Hawkesbury most recently.
She’s had the benefit of a couple of trials in the lead-up to this race and is ready to win.