Zudin has improved for three starts since debuting and is ready to win at Canterbury tonight.
The Chris Waller-trained colt raced greenly on debut at Warwick Farm and finished down the order, but his two subsequent runs have been good, and included a credible third placing behind Kaptive at Canterbury last time out.
With further improvement, he looks very hard to beat.
Joliette has been knocking on the door of another race win and gets another chance at Canterbury tonight.
The Charm Spirit mare ran home well to finish second, beaten less than a length here last time out, and she looks to have ideal conditions this week.
James McDonald should be able to lob into a nice spot from the draw and the horse is primed to win.
Amoretti has gone to another level this prep and looks the runner to beat again in Race 4 at Canterbury tonight.
Amoretti tuned up with a few fair efforts when resuming this time and simply hasn’t looked back since December, winning each of his last three starts, including two at this track and distance most recently.
He’s rock-hard fit and I can’t find any reason why he won’t be in the finish again.
They don’t come much tougher than Lancaster Bomber, and the warhorse looks capable of winning the feature race at Canterbury tonight.
Lancaster Bomber has been a good horse for the Richard Litt stable throughout his career and he has returned to the track in competitive form again this prep, highlighted by a lovely win here in November, and a fourth placing in a better Saturday race at Rosehill last time out.
Litt’s placement has been excellent and the horse is primed to strike.