Ex kiwi mare who boast a strong record – four wins and a placing from six career runs. She is now with the Tony Gollan barn in Queensland and has trialed well behind the smart Rothfire leading into this. Capable of running well first up.
2. Kahma Lass
Same trainer / jockey combo and silks as Probabeel who is well fancied in the Group 1 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes. She won the NZ 1000 Guineas at Group 1 level at the end of last year. At her only Australian start she finished last in the Light Fingers Stakes in February. Watch market.
3. Bella Nipotina
Kicked strongly to win a race run to suit here first up, then was luckless at a key stage in the Chautauqua Stakes at Moonee Valley last time out. She is a classy mare with a great chance here.
4. La Mexicana
The addition of the tounge tie suggests La Mexicana may have had excuses for a disappointing run in the Regal Roller at her last start. She ran well with the big weight at her start prior. One of the chances.
5. Night Raid
Resumes. She won the Listed Matrice Stakes at Morpehttville in March. Maps to get a gun run from barrier four. In the mix.
Was a huge run here behind Probabeel in the Cockram Stakes last start. A repeat of that would see her go very close.
7. Bons Abroad
Resumer. Has just one win from eight starts over the distance and has never run a place at this track. Looking elsewhere.
8. Miss Albania
Won well at Flemington at the start of August but was only fair after being heavily supported in the Carlyon Stakes at Moonee Valley last start. Expect her to race further forward this time which will improve her chances.
James Cummings trained mare who stormed home from the back to win a benchmark 78 at Randwick last time out. May need some luck from barrier three but if the breaks come she has a winning chance.
Has won two of her last three. Up in class here but is fit and racing well. Consider for multiples.
This four year old mare has three wins and four placings from her eleven starts. She returned well with a second at Randwick but may end up buried back on the fence here from barrier one.
Disappointing effort after finding the lead with ease at Moonee Valley first up. Needs to improve.
Five year old mare who has gone to a new level this preparation. Latest she found the lead and kicked clear to bolt in by 7.50 lengths at Morphettville in a benchmark 68. A long way up in grade but it won’t surprise to see her measure up at this level given her last start dominance.
14. Smokin’ Val
Winkers go back on for this second up assignment. She didn’t have the best of luck first up at Morphettville. Sharply up in grade but has a rough chance.