Coco Cuber wound up from the back to beat The Neon Knight right on the line at Randwick Kensington last start, a performance that suggests he should see out the 1200m now.
The son of Rubick has found the money in four of his five runs this time in work and was only two lengths off the winner over this track and trip three runs back.
Hugh Bowman has been booked to ride the Snowden gelding for the first time and looks to have options from the soft draw. Look for him late.
Looks a good race for Exotic Ruby to atone for her disappointment last time out in the Group 2 Millie Fox Stakes at Rosehill.
The Snitzel mare was trapped three-wide the trip and failed to make up ground on the soft going over a touch further.
Returning to her home track, she should be much better suited here on top of the ground in what is a much easier race back in class.
Redeel is only lightly raced, but she does look an each-way chance following the scratching of Tarcoola Diva.
The three-year-old daughter of Dundeel won on debut under Michael Walker last year and was competitive in tougher company when fifth at Listed level during the Spring behind Odeum at Caulfield.
She’s done her best racing fresh and should find this much easier.
Mystery Shot looks fit and ready to win third-up after overcoming a wide position to finish second behind Regardsmaree last month at Caulfield.
The Shooting To Win gelding was enormous last time in work winning all four of his starts, several of which came against classy gallopers like Splendoronthegrass and Wicklow Town.
He gets in well with Lachlan Neindorf’s claim put to good use and the fact he’s coming off a freshen-up should him see out the mile for the first time.