Louis Rumble will take winning form into the fifth at Wentworth Park tonight and is drawn to receive the gun run again from Box 1.
The son of Fernando Bale rarely runs a bad race, and he has finished worse than second just once in his last eight starts, winning five times.
He can lob into a nice spot tonight and will be hard to hold out.
Prim And Proper and Stanley Road look to be the two serious threats in this contest, but I am confident that the conditions slightly favour the latter.
Stanley Road has returned to the races in typically blistering form this time, and he has won each of his last four starts, including another Group 1 race, in dominant fashion.
He relishes leaving from a wide box and with even luck, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.
Lakeview Walter is another runner whose claims on winning have been enhanced by his drawing of Box 1 tonight.
The son of Fernando Bale has returned some lovely efforts throughout his campaign and has been undone by poor luck more than anything, when he hasn’t won.
He can go straight to the lead tonight and will give them something to chase.
Wow has found career-best form this campaign and he is the runner to beat in this year’s Group 1 Golden Easter Egg Final.
Wow is one of the country’s best chasers, and he has been a strong and consistent performer in our best races all prep, winning in Group 1 company already.
He has outstanding box speed, can go straight to the lead from 3 and will give them something to chase.