Flash Point was unlucky not to score last start at Newcastle when half a length second over the same trip, a performance she is sure to improve on with Jason Collett booked to ride carrying a kg less.
The four-year-old gets the blinkers on for the first time and looks well-suited if there’s any rain about.
Clare Cunningham’s mare has found the money in three of her four starts on the soft and is right in this if Collett can get back early.
South Parade has returned two exceptional efforts to find the money since resuming and rates highly to finally break through and win his maiden.
The John Sadler-trained gelding finished only a length to All Stardom at Caulfield fresh before finishing third in a small field at Ballarat last start.
He looks set to peak now in his third run back and should look to make his own luck on speed.
So Let’s Toast raced among much tougher company during the Spring finishing third in the Listed Gothic Stakes at Caulfield and second-last behind Crosshaven in the Carbine Club Stakes.
The colt by So You Think has won previously first-up and looks to have found the right race with Daniel Stackhouse engaged.
The pair combined to win on debut last June and should enjoy a lovely run off the speed from the inside draw.
Via Capo looks ready for the 1500m now after making up a stack of ground to finish second last time out at Sandown over shorter.
The Street Boss gelding should get the run of the race here from barrier 7 with very little speed on paper, while the booking of Luke Currie warrants plenty of respect.
With fitness on his side, he looks well and truly over the odds at the $8.00 quote.