Kipsbay has improved for two starts back this time, and he is ready to win at Gosford this afternoon.
The Chris Waller-trained gelding finished sixth, beaten three lengths at Warwick Farm when resuming, and he was last seen filling the minors in a similar race at Canterbury.
There doesn’t look to be as much depth in this contest and he takes further improvement into it.
Campeao returned a nice effort at Newcastle when resuming, and this looms as a very winnable race for him second-up.
The Acclamation gelding retuned a nice trial in the lead-up to his Australian debut and he kept all of his best work for late when fourth, beaten a little more than two lengths earlier this month.
Getting out to a mile suits and he is drawn to receive a lovely run.
Flying Witness simply won’t get a better opportunity to win than this.
The Annabel Neasham-trained filly showed plenty of potential in strong company during her debut prep, and she has placed in each of her first two back this time.
Fitter third-up and dropping in class, this is her chance to strike.
The consistent Testimonial takes her place in the last at Gosford today, and she looks to be a key winning chance at a lovely price ($8.50 at publish).
Testimonial returned some nice efforts through late autumn and winter this year, and she resumed with a fair effort for fourth in Class 1 company at Kembla Grange.
Christian Reith rides from a good draw today, and we can have an each-way play.