This looks to be a very winnable race for the Chris Waller-trained Captivare.
Captivare has been a model of consistency without breaking his maiden since resuming, finishing in the minors at each of his four appearances.
He finished third, beaten half a length by the winner at Newcastle last week and he looks to be at peak fitness for this contest.
Raison D’etre will take plenty of improvement into her second campaign start at Kembla Grange today and is ready to win.
The Exceed And Excel filly was a good horses for Godolphin last time in, finding form around some above-average gallopers and stepping out in black type company most notably.
She clearly needed the run when fifth, beaten a little over three lengths at Hawkesbury when fresh, but this looks to be a great race for her.
Argus will take winning form into the sixth at Stawell today and can make it two in a row.
The Press Statement gelding has improved with each of his four starts since resuming, culminating with a lovely win at Mornington last time out.
This race doesn’t look to be a whole lot harder, and he can record another win.
Madam Charm will take winning form into the seventh at Kembla Grange this afternoon and she can continue her rise through the grades.
The three-year-old daughter of Charm Spirit finished second, beaten a length by Nikau here when resuming and took plenty of improvement into a lovely win at Hawkesbury last time out.
This is the hardest task for which she has been set, but she harbours plenty of upside and can win again.