Don’t Doubt Nic is another second-up runner with prospects of winning at Bendigo this afternoon.
The Nicconi gelding was freshened after finishing down the order in the Blue Diamond Preview and returned to fill the minors in maiden company at Cranbourne.
With improvement, this looks the perfect race for him.
Teramia looks well placed to record another win at Bendigo today.
The Deep Field mare has had four trips to the races for two wins, and resumed this time for a lovely triumph in BM64 company at Sale.
I thought that there was a lot to like about her run for fourth in a better race at Mornington last time, and she’s ready to tackle a midweek contest.
This looms as one of the more open contests on this afternoon’s Bendigo card and a horse like He Is has claims on winning at a nice price ($9.50 at publish).
He Is has returned some nice efforts since resuming this time, winning at Benalla in January and finishing third in Wednesday races at Sandown at his last two appearances.
He is rock-hard fit, the rise in trip should suit and with even luck, he can fight out the finish again.
Michigan was an impressive winner when fresh and can make it two in a row at Bendigo today.
The Mike Moroney-trained gelding finished second in each of his first two starts when debuting in September and resumed late last month for an easy win in maiden company at Sandown.
This is obviously harder, but it looks the next logical step.