Typhoon To Excel will take winning form into the fifth at Wentworth Park tonight and looks up to make it two in a row. The son of Allkel To Excel rarely runs a bad race, but his win over 535m at Richmond on Saturday was amongst his best career performances and he should be given every opportunity to replicate it tonight from Box 2.
Non Plussed is another strong and consistent performer, and I can’t find a reason why she won’t be in the finish of the sixth at Wentworth Park tonight, at a price ($9.50 at publish). The daughter of Fernando Bale recorded a dominant win at this track and distance at her most-recent appearance and while this is a step up in class, she looks more than up to it.
Hardaway Harada was an impressive last start winner and looks beautifully placed to record another at Wentworth Park tonight. The son of Barcia Bale tucked in behind the early speed here last week and mustered an eye-catching turn of foot in the straight to finish over the tops of his rivals. His drawing of Box 2 tonight means that he should be able to replicate that performance.
Fab’s Unicorn boasts excellent box speed and that could prove the difference in this 280m dash at Wentworth Park tonight. The daughter of Fabregas has been a model of consistency recently and recorded a dominant win in slick time at Bathurst two back, albeit in easier company. There’s a couple of handy ones confirmed for a start, but I’m happy to take the $5.50 on offer for Fab’s Unicorn at publish.