Beautrooper will enjoy improvement into his second campaign start at Traralgon this afternoon and is primed to win.
The Brazen Beau gelding shown ability during his five career starts, and while he is yet to record his first race win, he has found form around some quality runners at Flemington and Sandown most notably.
He was only just denied here at Traralgon when resuming and might not be offered a better opportunity to win than this.
This looks an easier race for Magnus A Go Go, and he is ready to break his maiden.
The Magnus gelding has continued to improve with each start since returning from a break, culminating in a tough on-pace performance at Mornington last time out, that saw he only pipped by Lariat in the dying stages.
He’s rock-hard fit, can go forward again and will be tough to catch.
I Got You has stripped fitter for three starts back from a spell and is ready to win.
The six-year-old son of Hard Spun has typically contested tougher races than this during his career, and he was last seen finishing a length and a half fourth behind Triton Rising at Cranbourne.
He should be able to land in a good spot in this small field and he gets some relief in the weights.
Savaheat has improved for two starts this time and the Traralgon Cup looks a lovely race for him.
The Savabeel gelding hit the line well to finish just over a length behind Strome at Caulfield when resuming, and he was last seen filling the minors behind Irish Flame at Flemington on Oaks.
He is ready to peak third-up and will be steered by Michael Dee.