Fazzabeel can break his maiden at Cranbourne this evening.
The Savabeel gelding didn’t show a lot during his time under the care of Chris Waller, but he has improved in two starts since joining the Bedggood stable, and only just missed at Sale last time.
Fitter third-up, he might not be offered a better opportunity to win than this.
I’m going to give Chart Buster another chance in Race 4 at Cranbourne tonight.
This galloper has had four starts back from a spell this time, and he has improved noticeably with each, only just missing here at Cranbourne a fortnight ago.
He steps out this week in peak order and with even luck, this looks his chance.
The consistent Squami takes his place in the fifth at Cranbourne tonight, and it looks a very winnable race for him.
The Squamosa gelding has missed placing only once in his six starts back this time, winning at Benalla most notably, and finding form around some handy gallopers.
With even luck, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish again.
The talented Sparkling Blue resumes in the seventh at Cranbourne tonight and it looks a lovely launchpad for her.
Sparkling Blue has recorded two wins from four career starts, both at this point of her preparation.
This is a drop in class from what she was contested in Perth last time, and I am happy to be with her.