He’s On Fire has won three in a row leading into this contest, and it looks another great opportunity for him to strike.
The son of On Frie returned to the winner’s stall via a dominant performance at Murray Bridge in early April and simply hasn’t looked back, peeling off some fast time in a pair of races here since.
He maps to cross this field, take up the running, and he can make every post a winner again.
The talented Aston Paquin takes her place in the fifth at Angle Park tonight, and she looks well placed to return to winning form.
The daughter of Fernando Bale was an easy winner under almost identical conditions two back, and regathered to finish third here last time, after being checked.
She looks to have the best box speed of anything engaged in this contest, and she’s another who can lead the whole way tonight.
Aston Prince is drawn to receive every chance in the seventh at Angle Park tonight, and I am happy to give him another chance.
The son of Aston Kimetto flew the boxes at Gawler two back and never really looked in doubt, but he immediately ran into traffic at Murray Bridge last time and simply couldn’t get into the contest.
Stepping well again tonight is key, and if he does, I think he’ll be in this for a long way.
Classic McLaren will have the benefit of an empty box to his inside when he steps out in Race 9 at Angle Park tonight.
Classic McLaren has continued to improve with racing recently, and he was rewarded for his condition with an impressive and comfortable win here, last time out.
That form looks to be the best of anything going around in this, and with even luck, I think he can win again.