Te Ata was only a length away from winning first-up at the Sunshine Coast on February 3 and with natural improvement it can go one better. It was a somewhat disappointing showing given it jumped as a red-hot favourite but we’re expecting a better showing.
Godolphin runner Durif had the blinkers applied for the first time last-start at Newcastle and subsequently saluted by a huge margin, so maybe the penny has dropped. We feel this horse can be a ratings riser, but it needs to prove it first.
Let It Roll was disappointing at Canterbury last timeout but it can find its way back into the winner’s circle here. Before that last-start sixth the horse had recorded back-to-back wins and before that two-straight second placings.
We’re backing a change of scenery to work wonders for Sedition. The horse has not raced since June of last year, but the talented son of Exceed And Excel fronted up for the first time for the Litt stable. Expect a different galloper to the one we’ve seen.