Bells Approaching clearly needed the run when he finished down the order at Coffs Harbour when resuming, but he is a horse that tends to enjoy sharp improvement with a run under his belt.
The Dawn Approach gelding was a consistent performer in tougher races than this one last time in, and he typically steps out in metropolitan company.
From the good draw, he should be able to dictate terms and he will take plenty of beating.
Saxton Rock has returned to the races in excellent form this time and the Murwillumbah Cup looks a lovely race for him.
The Matt Dunn-trained gelding won the Maclean Cup at Grafton two back and hit the line well to finish a credible fourth behind Sikandarabad in the Coffs Harbour Cup last time out.
He’s rock-hard fit and will be suited to the conditions of this race.
Dreaming Of Biscay will take winning form into the Murwillumbah Newmarket and can continue her rise through the grades.
The Dream Ahead mare returned some lovely efforts in town last preparation and resumed for a comfortable win over 1100m at the Gold Coast.
She’ll only improve for that effort and at around the $8 mark, she looks a touch of overs.
Vivendo Il Sogno was an impressive first-up winner and looks the one to beat in the last on Murwillumbah Cup Day.
The Falvelon gelding broke his maiden at this track and distance in summer and continued to improve with racing and as the bar was raised.
His resuming effort this time suggested that he has returned to the races in excellent for this time and I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish.