Mach Schnell was a dominant winner of a similar contest at Randwick-Kensington a fortnight ago, and he can win again at Warwick Farm today.
The Zacinto gelding ran home well to finish fourth, beaten two lengths by Game Theory when resuming, and he put paid to them over 1400m last time.
Fitter third-up and out to a mile, I can’t find a reason why he won’t be in the finish.
Quiet Riot has been excellent since resuming, and he strikes another winnable race third-up at Warwick Farm today.
The Fastnet Rock gelding was far too good at Orange first-up from a spell, and he ran home well to fill the minors in a better race at Randwick-Kensington last time out.
This looks to be about his level and Timmy Clark will have options this week from the rails draw.
I am a big fan of Reuber, and he is the one that I want to be with in the penultimate race at Sandown today.
Reuber has been a great horse for the Cindy Alderson yard throughout his career, and he has raced well in strong Saturday company many times.
He takes his place in this contest second-up and following a smart win over a mile at Pakenham.
I’m confident that Rangi Toa’s fitness edge will prove the difference in the last at Warwick Farm this afternoon.
The former Kiwi has made four appearances at the races for three wins and a close-up second placing in Listed company, and he was an impressive winner first-up this time.
With any improvement, he’ll take plenty of beating again.