Moremi will enjoy good improvement from a competitive debut effort and can break her maiden at Canterbury tonight.
The three-year-old daughter of Dundeel was caught wide at Wyong earlier this month, but was tough through the line to fill the minors behind Mollycoddle.
She is drawn to receive a far better time of it from barrier 4 and will be ridden by Kerrin McEvoy.
Kutayha has returned to the races in strong and consistent form this time and strikes another winnable contest at Canterbury tonight.
The Savabeel gelding recorded a dominant win to break his maiden when second-up at Newcastle and has been unlucky not to salute in a tougher grade, running second in each of his two subsequent starts.
He is at peak fitness for this contest, will be ridden by James McDonald and is my best bet of the day.
Lancaster Bomber is as tough as they come, and he looks well placed for another bold effort in the sixth at Canterbury.
The Denman gelding has been a great horse for the Litt stable throughout his career and returned to the races to finish third in a similar contest a fortnight ago.
With the improvement from that effort, getting slightly further out in trip and with Nash Rawiller in the saddle, I think that he’ll be in the finish again.
Miss Einstein has returned two competitive efforts in a couple of Saturday races since resuming, and she is primed to win the last at Canterbury tonight.
The Dundeel mare chased home the talented Segalas at Rosehill when fresh and was unlucky not to win, before filling the minors behind Great News at Newcastle on The Hunter Day.
She hasn’t drawn favourably, but she will be steered by a senior jockey in Jason Collett and is just one of the better horses in this race.