Taizai is overs in my opinion at Princess Stakes odds of $20 (at publish).
The John Thompson-trained filly doesn’t win out of turn, but she also rarely returns a poor effort, and placed at each of her first four starts back this time before running fourth in the Group 3 Adrian Knox Stakes last time.
This is a drop in class from that contest, and we can have a good each-way go here at the price.
Karacasu can make a winning return to the races at Morphettville today.
The Headwater gelding has been a strong and consistent performer for the Jolly yard since debuting, recording two wins and a further three second placings from six starts.
His fresh record is obviously good, and he too has had the benefit of a trial ahead of his return.
I’m going to be with Ingratiating in the Mick Dittman Plate.
Ingratiating was a strong and consistent performer throughout his two-year-old season, and he was unlucky not to record a win at the highest level.
He’s had two starts this year, finishing midfield in the Rubiton Stakes and the Neds Oakleigh Plate, and he has since been freshened.
This is obviously a big drop in class, and he can stamp himself as one to watch throughout the Brisbane Winter Carnival by winning.
I’m confident that the enigmatic So Si Bon can run a race at Caulfield today.
We all know how he’s been throughout his career, but So Si Bon has also continued to return competitive performances in good races recently, and I thought his first-up run this time for fourth in BM100 company with decent.
With improvement and out to the mile, he can fight out the finish of something like this.