Hard not to be impressed with this two year olds win on debut. He defeated General Beau who was an impressive debut winner and there was a big gap back to third. He is the one to beat.
2. Finance Tycoon
Stuck on well on debut to run second after leading and rolling back to the fence. The blinkers go on here. He has got an Each Way chance.
3. I am War
Ran fourth to Ingratiating on debut. Was beaten 7.25 lengths on that occasion and it is hard to see it turning the tables on that horse here.
This son of I am Invincible ran third at Bendigo on debut after being well supported in the betting. He may be able to improve on a firmer track but he would still need to improve many lengths to be beating these.
Started close to $100-1 on debut at Moonee Valley and finished well down the track. Can’t recommend.
6. Gulf of Suez
Debutant. Made ground to finish second in a Caulfield jump out. From a leading stable so respecting but would of liked to see a little bit more to recommend as a serious winning chance.
7. Marine One
There has already been some good market support for this son of Capitalist. He looked very strong in his Caulfield jump out and leading rider Mark Zahra is booked to ride. He is a genuine winning chance.
8. Own The Night
Cruised around to run second in a jump out on the 29th September. The winner of that jump out ran down the track at its first start.
Dosh showed nice speed to lead and win her jump out. That jump out was the quickest time of the morning and we often see two year old races won by those horses close to the speed.