Inz’N’Out looking to be in winner’s circle

Gerald Ryan will send King’s Troop to Melbourne and keep Inz’N’Out in Sydney as he tries to turn the fortunes of both horses around.

King’s Troop will head to Flemington instead of Randwick on Saturday to take on Spieth who beat him last time they met while Inz’N’Out will stay at home to chase an overdue win in the Winter Dash.

Second to subsequent Group One winner Japonisme twice including the Group Three San Domenico Stakes last August, King’s Troop heads to Flemington for a heat of the A R Creswick series.

He carried 60kg, 1-1/2 kilograms more than his rival when second to Spieth at Rosehill on May 21.

But on Saturday, after apprentice Dylan Dunn’s two-kilo claim, he gets into the Goulburn Murray Hcp (1100m) with 55.5kg compared to Spieth’s 58kg.

“To get into the final which is a Listed race in two weeks, King’s Troop has to run in a heat so that’s the way we will go,” Ryan said.

Inz’N’Out is the early $2.80 favourite for the Winter Dash (1200m) as he strives for his first win since August last year.

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In his seven starts since that win, Inz’N’Out has finished second or third each time.

“He is such a consistent horse and I can’t fault him,” Ryan said.

“I just want to seem him win one. He never runs a bad race and he handles all surfaces.

“He really deserves a win.”

Inz’N’Out, who has won four of his 19 starts and been placed 13 times, will be ridden by Sam Clipperton on Saturday.”

Ryan will leave a decision whether Who Said It’s Easy joins stablemate Foxy Housewife in the two-year-old Plate (1200m) at Randwick.

Both are last-start provincial winners on soft tracks with Foxy Housewife successful at Kembla Grange on June 14 and Who Said It’s Easy winning at Gosford three days later.

“He only raced last Friday so I’ll just see how he is and make sure he has come through OK,” Ryan said.

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