Jenga was an impressive winner on debut and she can continue her rise through the grades at Canterbury tonight.
The All Too Hard filly showed ability at the trials prior to making her debut and put the writing on the wall on Australia Day, putting away her rivals to the tune of three lengths.
I can’t find a reason why she won’t be in the finish again.
Mightybeel is another last-start winner who can make it two in a row at Canterbury tonight.
The Savabeel colt resumed this time with a credible run for second at Newcastle and took plenty of improvement into an utterly dominant display in maiden company here last time.
Fitter third-up and with James McDonald aboard, he will take plenty of beating.
Grenado was luckless on the Kensington course at Randwick last time, but his form prior to that was good, and I’m confident he’ll bounce back here at a price ($10 at publish).
The Pierro gelding has improved with each start back this prep and was an easy winner in maiden company over this trip two starts back.
He is drawn ideally in barrier 4 and we can have an each-way play at the price.
Najmah hasn’t been seen at the races since November, but she couldn’t have been more impressive during her debut prep and she can make a winning return.
Najmah immediately stamped herself as a filly to follow when she won by four lengths at Kembla Grange, and she backed up that effort with another easy victory here at Canterbury.
With an unbeaten record on the line, she looks primed to salute once more.