Race 1- Thanks Jack Ashman 2 YO Maiden Plate 900m
Sole Heir from the Waterhouse-Bott stable is on debut after a smart Hawkesbury trial win. He is bred for speed and the 900m is ideal.
Titan Star finished down the track in the Max Lees Classic, but he drops sharply in class.
Watch Me Sizzle wasn’t far away from Sole Heir in a trial.
3- Sole Heir
4- Titan Star
5- Watch Me Sizzle
Race 2- Hunter Valley Premium Meats Maiden Handicap 1300m
Atherton was a close fourth at Hawkesbury on debut in April and in October he won trials at Gosford and Wyong. He finished midfield first up in a classy field on the Kensington track on Melbourne Cup Day. This is s huge drop in class, and he has drawn well.
I Am Flying is on debut after a Warwick Farm trail win.
Jana wasn’t far away first up at Hawkesbury and she has a chance.
1- I Am Flying
Race 3- Bradley Photographers Prov & Crty Maiden Plate
The blueblood colt Geo makes his debut on his home track. He is the son of multiple Group 1 winner Samantha Miss and he won a recent trial by 7 lengths.
Shamamour was unlucky when he stormed home into third place at Muswellbrook last start.
Primal Scream has a place chance
5- Primal Scream
Race 4- Sky Racing- Summer Provincial Series Heat 3- 1400m
Spring Charlie is the class runner and should be ready to fire third up. He was unlucky when runner up in the Provincial Championships Final at Randwick in April. He won his only start on this track and he is drawn to have a cosy run.
Itz Lily resumes and she has four wins and four placings from nine starts.
Joigny won two on the trot before a spell and she races well first up.
1- Spring Charlie
5- Itz Lily
Race 5- Sage Painting 3YO & Up Maiden Handicap 900m
Miss Dior is on debut after a nice trial recently at Randwick. The filly has had three trials and will benefit from the apprentices claim.
McCullum was placed in two starts at Sandown during the Winter and he won a recent Hawkesbury trial.
Kennebec has a place chance
6- Miss Dior
Race 6- Gary Harley Handicap Benchmark HCAP- 2300m
He’s Imposing drops sharply in class after finishing midfield at The Gong race meeting at Kembla last week. He was placed in his previous three starts at Kembla, Warwick Farm and Newcastle and he has won over 2400 metres.
Prince Camelot had no luck lasts week at Gosford and he is in good form.
Magic Over The Bay finished fourth In the recent Country Classic at Rosehill.
2- He’s Imposing
6- Prince Camelot
4- Magic Over the Bay
Race 7- Robert Thompson Cup benchmark 64 Handicap 1200m
Trophies Galore is chasing a hat-trick after two brilliant wins this prep. She came from last early to storm home and win first up at Muswellbrook before an impressive win on this track on The Hunter day.
Key To Glory beat a small field first up at Hawkesbury and he won his only start on this track in February.
The Lion can improve in the field.
4- Trophies Galore
1- Key To Glory
7- The Lion
Race 8- Karaka 2020 Class 2 Handicap 1400m
Magic Charlee was unlucky when beaten 1 ¼ lengths on the Kensington track on Melbourne Cup day. He was a winner on this track two starts back and he is good value.
Calabasas showed a glimpse of form in a strong Muswellbrook race lasts start.
Killer Instinct won two on the trot before a spell and could sprint well fresh.
4- Magic Charlee
5- Killer Instinct