Race 1- New Zealand Bloodstock 2YO Maiden Plate 900m
Mura Mura is a fast filly who sat outside the leader before hanging badly on the home turn when beaten 3 lengths first up on the Kensington track on June 16. She was placed in a $1 Million race at Rosehill in November.
I Love Lucy was narrowly beaten here last start and first starter Quattro D’Oro has trialled nicely.
Selections: 8- Mura Mura 6- I Love Lucy 10- Quattro D’Oro
Race 2 – Yarraman Park Maiden Handicap 1600m
She’s Justified has been placed in 7 of 11 starts and she put the writing on the wall with a strong finish from second last when runner up on this track on June 12. The longer trip is ideal.
Emaleah was nosed out for second by She’s Justified last start and Mantinello is a leader with a chance.
Selections: 8 – She’s Justified – 5- Emaleah 1- Mantinello
Race 3- Sharp Office Class 1 and Maiden Plate 2320m
Don Arcangelo bolted in with an 1800m Hawkesbury maiden 2 starts back. Last start on June 5 he was slow out and made ground late over 1800m at Rosehill.
The son of Savabeel is bred to run the trip and is in a winnable race.
Country stayer Yak was beaten a nose at Wyong last start and he is tough.
Australiano was an easy Bathurst winner last start.
Selections: 7- Don Arcangelo 6- Yak 1- Australiano
Race 4- PFD Foods Maiden Plate 1400m
Two starts back Volterra hit the front in the straight when run down late at Warwick Farm on June 2. Last start at Wyong on June 17 he was an odds-on favourite and gave away too much start when a closing fourth.
Significant Rule was nailed on the line first up after a fifteen month spell and is a big player with the claim.
Eminencia has raced well in her only two starts.
Selections: 6- Volterra 4- Significant Rule 8- Eminencia
Race 5- OAS Technology Class 1 Handicap 1400m
Supremo had every chance when runner up on this track on June 5, however he was game and the winner went real good. He is an on speed horse and he led all the way to win a Warwick Farm maiden by 3 lengths on April 28. He has a lovely draw and Bullock rides.
Orbital Express is promising but up in class while Smart Success can improve
Selections: 2- Supremo 8- Orbital Express 10- Smart Success
Race 6- Greg Dewes Memorial Maiden 1200m
Belleplaine was narrowly beaten on debut on this track on June 5. The filly had trialled well prior to her debut and she ran on strongly from midfield.
Preemptory has had two starts back on metropolitan tracks and he drops in class while Mandalorian was placed at Wyong earlier this year.
Selectiosn : 5- Belleplaine 9- Preemptory 8- Mandalorian
Race 7- Red Funnel Port Stephens Cup Benchmark 68 1600m
Fantastic Baby is very talented but is learning. He has had five starts for 2 wins and 3 seconds. The blinkers went on for the fist time when he resumed from a spell on this track in June. His run was super as he flashed home to just miss. He has barrier one and an extra 200m.
Nothing Too Hard returned to form with a strong win here last start, while Commander Bell is chasing a hat trick of wins.
Selection: 2- Fantastic Baby 4- Nothing Too Hard 1- Commander Bell
Race 8 – TAB Venue Mode Benchmark 64 1200m
Kiwi galloper Matterhorn was impressive in a gutsy first up win for new trainer Kris Lees at Newcastle on June 5. He has had three starts for two wins and a second. He beat a smart horse first up and has drawn well.
Windsweep hit the line when winning at Gosford on June 10 and Joy And Mirth will be fitter this time.
Selections: 1- Matterhorn 8- Windsweep 9- Joy And Mirth