Greek Star returned a decent effort on debut and looks well placed to break his maiden at Goulburn today.
The Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott-trained gelding showed promise at the trials prior to his debut, and he finished fifth, beaten just over a length at Kembla Grange earlier this month.
He’ll take plenty of improvement for that experience and there doesn’t look to be as much depth in this race.
Stormborn can make a winning return at Goulburn this afternoon.
The Mark Newnham-trained filly was a model of consistency during her debut prep, and she returned for just one start last time in, winning at Pakenham.
She has been away from the races for some time, but she has had the benefit of a couple of trials in the lead-up to her return and she gets into this race well under the conditions.
He clearly needed the run when he finished down the order at Scone first-up, but I’m confident that Dom Tycoon will take plenty of improvement into his race at Goulburn today.
Dom Tycoon was a great horse for the Peter Robl stable last time in, and races like this one were his bread and butter.
At around the $10 mark, we can have an each-way play.
Van D’oro hasn’t been seen at the races since February, but she can make a winning return at Cranbourne.
The Vancouver filly is now a four-start maiden, but she showed promise during her short campaign earlier this year, and she was unlucky not to salute when second behind Parure at Wangaratta when last first-up.
She’s drawn ideally this evening and can fight out the finish.