Sheer Class has improved for each of his four starts since debuting, and he is ready to break his maiden at Sale today.
The Nicconi gelding raced greenly at his first two and finished down the order, but he has worked home well at his last two, and only just missed at Pakenham last time.
He steps out today in peak order and might not be offered a better opportunity to win.
Trail Blazer is ready to win when he steps out at Sale this afternoon.
The Mike Moroney-trained gelding is another galloper who has improved noticeably with each of his three starts back this time, and he was last seen finishing second, beaten a length at Kilmore.
The rise in trip at this point of his prep suits, and he looks a touch of overs at his current price ($7 at publish).
House Spouse looks to have plenty of ability, and he can return to winning form at Sale today.
The Reliable Man gelding won on debut at Echuca last June, and raced well around some talented gallopers in his two proceeding starts.
He returned last month to finish fifth over 1300m at Bendigo, and I like that he has been back to the trials since that effort.
This is an excellent race, and there is a case to be made for a few, including Hydro Star.
The enigmatic galloper has mixed his form a little this time, but his best efforts have been truly excellent, and included a smart win at Ballarat two starts back.
He steps out today at full fitness, and we can have an each-way play at around the $15 mark.