Regulation has returned two competitive efforts since debuting and can break his maiden at Rosehill today.
The three-year-old son of Contributer finished second behind The Elanora at Newcastle on debut before filling the minors of a similar contest at Kembla Grange last time out.
Fitter third-up and in this small field, he’ll take beating.
Kiku will take improvement into this race and is primed to win.
The Zoustar filly stamped herself as one to watch during her debut prep, placing in each of her two starts, and she returned to the races earlier this month to finish second behind Rustic Steel at Randwick.
She’ll need some luck from barrier 10, but will be ridden by James McDonald and should get every chance.
He mixes his form, but Salsonic is still more than capable of a big performance on his day, and I am happy to roll the dice at the price this afternoon ($18 at publish).
The Group 2 winner returned to the races with an impressive performance and win on the Kensington course at Randwick, but has finished down the order at his last two.
This is a drop in class for him, and Hugh Bowman tends to get the best out of him.
Rammstein will take winning form into the last race at Rosehill this evening and can make it two in a row.
The Snitzel gelding flew home from the middle of the field to salute at Kembla Grange when resuming, and he will only improve for that effort.
He has a good second-up record, he’s drawn to receive a lovely run again, and he is another horse whose winning claims have been enhanced by the booking of James McDonald.