Aquilo has improved for two starts back from a spell and he is ready to break his maiden at Bendigo this afternoon.
The Frankel colt finished down the order on debut here in July and resumed with a far better effort to finish on the placegetters heels last month.
He was last seen finishing second at Ballarat and looks well placed to go one better today.
Okay To Pay has only made two appearances at the races so far, but she looks to be an above-average filly, and she can continue her rise through the grades at Bendigo this afternoon.
The Gingerbread Man filly won on debut at Cranbourne and only just missed keeping alive her unbeaten run when a half-length second in BM64 company last time out.
With further improvement, she can win again.
Yarra Boy was an impressive debut winner and looks the runner to beat again in the seventh at Bendigo this afternoon.
The three-year-old son of Bull Point mustered an impressive turn of foot to easily swallow up his rivals at Ballarat last month.
He’ll only improve for that experience and is drawn to receive every chance from barrier 4.
Marketing hasn’t been seen at the races since October, but he was outstanding last time and can make a winning return at Bendigo today.
The Artie Schiller gelding charged in to break his maiden at Warracknabeal before repeating that performance for a dominant win in BM64 company.
He has changed stables since his last start and looks well placed to pick up where he left off.